Books inspire you to think and to communicate.

Our Classes 

Our students learn step-by-step how to write well -developed paragraphs.

Discover
the World of Writing 

(4th-5th graders)

When your child starts to write, he is all over the place or he doesn't know where to start. The sentences are too short and clumsy, or do they seem to never end? This class will help your child to dive smoothly into the world of written communication. The first steps might be shaky, but the writing projects that are designed to motivate and encourage young learners to express themselves, attention to every student's individual needs, and our teaching methods will zoom your child's confidence as a writer! In this class, we create a solid base for the future by emphasizing the importance of writing for "the reader", by expanding our students' vocabulary and developing their eye for detail.

Students of all ages enjoy writing and reading when the subject spark their curiosity.

Tickle Your Creativity Buds

(5th-6th graders)

Your child loves writing (lucky you!), but the school educational environment doesn't provide enough time and space for his or her creative outburst. This class will give your child an opportunity to experiment, challenge him or herself, and compete against other peer writers. By going far beyond the existing school curriculum and learning more about the rhetorical power of words and the practical value of writing, your child will bring her or his writing skills to a whole new level!

We teach how to articulate ideas logically.

Write Like a Pro

(6th-8th graders)

An ability to understand a short story or a novel and express your own thoughts in writing, to create a strong and truly persuasive argumentative essay, to get the gist of a non-fiction article, and to weave the needed information into one's essay  - these are the skills that become the focus of our attention. For our students to excel, we choose the subjects that do both - evoke their interest and broaden their horizons. Through at times heated discussions and close monitoring of our student's work, we help students develop their critical thinking skills and work with the logic of their thought flow. Most importantly, we make sure they learn to build the fabric of their essays based on the principles of written communication

Students are eager to read when they are interested in what the text is about.

Book spies  (4th-5th graders)

(4th-5th graders)

Any good short story, novel, or even non-fiction article is full of mysteries ​that are waiting to be solved. To get the puzzle together, our students turn into book spies and compete against the members of the other team. In order to win, our students will need to develop an eye for detail, learn to work with the context, use their critical thinking and analytical skills, know how to "read" metaphors and symbols, see the difference between literal and figurative meanings, and much more! 

We choose stories and novels that are not a part of the school curriculum and broaden students' hori

Fix your connection! 

(6th-7th graders)

Any good short story, novel, or even non-fiction article is full of mysteries ​that are waiting to be solved. To get the puzzle together, our students turn into book spies and compete against the members of the other team. In order to win, our students will need to develop an eye for detail, learn to work with the context, use their critical thinking and analytical skills, know how to "read" metaphors and symbols, see the difference between literal and figurative meanings, and much more! 

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