Children and families

SMY organizes a wide range of activities for children and families.

Taking part in the clubs supports the development of language skills, and can encourage creativity and inclusion. 

We have clubs in Finnish, English and Russian. Developing native language skills helps children learn new languages and reinforces their cultural identities. 

Both Finnish and immigrant children are welcome to join our clubs. The clubs take place at the International Meeting Point and club fees are 15 € / semester.  It is possible to join the clubs year-round.  

Find the course calendar on the top right-hand side of the page!

AZBukashki

Russian as a native language for children. The teacher is Kristina Koskinen. 

Art club

In the Art club you will find a wide variety of materials and techniques to explore. Teaching takes into account the age and skill of the children. The teacher is Irina Hämäläinen.

Fairy Tale World

Sewing club for all languages. The teacher is Svetlana Gorinenko.

Fairy Tale Finnish

For 8 to 10 years old

Fairy Tale Time

For 3 to 7 years old

Djembe drum workshops for kids

English activity club for children

6- 10 years old, activities will include games, arts and crafts, simple literature exercises, etc…

Girls cabin, me-talo collaboration

All kind of activities for girls, no payment or membership needed. For 11 to 14 years old

“Fantasia” Music School in Finnish, English and Russian Teacher Nataliia Koivuniemi

Piano Lessons Teacher Nataliia Koivuniemi

For 6- 7 years old

Musical theater for children, in Russian Teacher Nataliia Koivuniemi

For 5- 9 years old

Childcare for those who attend the Finnish beginners course (Thursday 17.00-18.30)

 

To participate in the continuous club activities, a parent or guardian of the children must be a member of the association. Annual fee: 15€/ year

NOTICE! For the rest of the year  the fee for all  new children clubs is  3€/club/child

 

 

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