New at Wordculture: We combine great leisure activities for children with language learning!
Our son has received valuable support in learning German! We are super happy with his progress. We will definitely try more courses at Wordculture!
Learn more about our new leisure activities for children here:
Whether painting, making music or experimenting – we have come up with a lot for the little ones!
Our high-quality and didactically valuable leisure activities for children: painting courses, music lessons, science labs and graffiti workshops – all under one roof!
We combine language lessons with leisure activities: All courses are offered in either in German, Swiss German, French or English. In this way, we teach specific vocabulary and promote active language use in exchange with peers.
We remain true to our concept: the courses take place in small groups of 3 to max. 6 children in order to create a pleasant learning atmosphere and to give each child the necessary attention.
Very important: With us there is no pressure to perform, each child is cared for individually and accompanied in his or her very own learning process.
Convince yourself of our unique and child-oriented concept and come by for a free trial lesson and personal consultation.
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Our motto of learning by playing also applies to our new children's leisure activities. In a playful and child-friendly way, our art teacher Sahra introduces kids to art and artistic design. The children discover their creative potential and learn completely new ways of expression while drawing, ...
Our music lessons are focused on learning an instrument, the recorder, based on the Diandoalino method. Diandoalino flute lessons are a new form of music education for children from pre-school age to primary 3, which awakens joy in music making. ...
In collaboration with Little Scientists, we offer science-themed activities for kids from the age of 4. Our courses are based on the philosophy of educating kids in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through structured learning skills using LEGO education sets, the Scratch and ...
The aim of Graffiti for Girls is to encourage girls to discuss art and design while advancing interpersonal relations and forging lasting social bonds. Wordculture recognizes the need for students to not only learn a language on an academic level, but also to build confidence by applying newly ...