Individual lessons


Nowadays, school-children are expected to read and write, and even in preschool, the expectations for children are quite high. However, not all children are ready to learn at the same age, at the same pace, and with the same methods. I believe it is necessary to approach each child and their abilities individually by discovering together which style of learning best supports them. My experience has shown that the most helpful approach to early childhood education is with children’s language, i.e., creative and playful communication. This helps to arouse the child’s deep inner interest in the world, which leads to new discoveries and creates a good basis to start their life at school with a smile!

Preschool children are usually very open-minded, with a positive attitude towards life and a strong desire to learn. Positive support helps to increase the child’s self-confidence and learn to form their own opinions. In my lessons, I create an encouraging and positive atmosphere and use playful and creative tools (card games, word games, art supplies, etc.) that invite children to discover their natural abilities and learn new things.

The goals of my lessons are to :
– develop reading fundamentals
– teach reading and writing (estonian language)
– teach numbers and basic math
– build students’ confidence
– take an individual approach to each child and his or her abilities
– prepare for school.


Grades 1-4

Individual study and homework aid for students

Like all people, children are unique in their nature, so it is understandable that the teaching methods and workload applied to everyone in a large class are not equally productive for every child. Each child has their own strengths and weaknesses that require support and acceptance. I help my students find ways to creatively solve difficult tasks, fill gaps in learning, restore their self-confidence, and emphasize their own strengths. That way, they can cope with school life with confidence and a positive attitude.

The goals of my lessons are to:
take an individual approach to the child
– find ways of creative learning outside of the ordinary
– consolidate the knowledge acquired
– help with homework and filling gaps in education
– develop creative problem-solving skills
– create a positive and encouraging atmosphere that helps to increase the child’s confidence.