“Greece still survives…” And our little Greeks from all over the world are the greatest ambassadors of this message. Enjoy some moving highlights from The Greek Online School as they celebrate Greek Independence Day 2021.
Tag: greek lessons online
The pandemic hasn’t changed anything for the students at this very special Greek school. They still attend their Greek lessons just like they did before Covid-19, they still get together with their classmates and teachers, they still play games designed to help them improve their spoken Greek and they still take part in school events – all without a mask. How is this possible?
Greek City Times spoke to global Greek language school Greek Lessons Online about the important role that Greek cinema plays as a great ambassador of Greek culture and language and here’s what they had to say.
Around 100 Greek Lessons OnLine Students from every corner of the world donned Christmas outfits and sang Jingle Bells in Greek, uniting their voices so they may send a message of hope and unity to the whole world.
Due to the outstanding success of its Greek Groups for Kids, worldwide online school Greek Lessons Online is set to open more group classes for children this coming October to meet growing demand.
While cards and flowers are great gifts that she will definitely cherish, there is nothing that will please a Greek mother and grandmother more than hearing you say how much you love her in Greek.
In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, parents are using Greek Lessons Online as the best alternative to keep Greek children everywhere in school whilst healthy and happy in the safety of their homes.
Greek Lessons OnLine provides an innovative and fun way to learn the Greek language to diaspora all around the world. From online classes, to summer camps for kids and immersion courses for adults in beautiful Greece itself, Greek Lessons OnLine provides options across all ages and levels.
Greek Lessons OnLine Presents Children Singing Greek Christmas Carols, Kalanda. Watch this beautiful video of 32 children from 25 different places around the world joining their voices to sing the complete Greek Christmas Carols, Kalanda