About the Method

Development of the 2-3 years old child by the Bereslavsky Method

Date: June 6, 2013 Author: admin Categories: About the Method

The Bereslavsky Method has been in use a long time, and the results speak for themselves: The child begins displaying independence, and the necessary qualities develop: Perseverance in achieving objectives, and logical, associative and abstract thought. The child learns to analyse non-standard situations and find optimal solutions.


How to nurture such useful skills? The Bereslavsky Method allows the child to increase his interest in the process of learning in the most simple and enjoyable way. It is no secret that kids today lack perseverance, and much of the knowledge is absorbed superficially, without sufficient depth.


The Method helps to solve this problem


  •    The underlying principle is not simply the “regurgitation” of facts, but the creation of the motivation for intellectual self-improvement in the future. The 2-3 year-old is ready to discover the world.  It is important not to discourage him from wanting to learn and discover new things, but to show him how to love it. In other words, we make the soil fertile for the seeds of future knowledge.
  •    It is definitely necessary to form abilities and skills.  At 2-3 years, the development of fine motor skills is especially important, as well as logical thinking and creativity. Each of these skills is a small brick in the intellectual foundation of a child. A whole, harmonious personality cannot develop in just one direction. Omission of this by three years of age may already cause problems when the child enters school.
  •   The main emphasis is on the development of attention-span and memory, and perseverance and persistence when solving complex tasks. It is no secret that, at 2-3 years of age, it is difficult to make a child sit still, but if he is motivated, without force, results tend to exceed all expectations. If we send the wild fantasy of a child in the right direction, we form the skill of intellectual work. The child learns to see the logic in her actions, which positively affects self-esteem.


What helps us in our work?


Play! Play! Play! You can’t win over the authority of a 2-year old by fighting, forcing or screaming. You will get a strong negative reaction to “adult punishment.”


Modeling educational game situations, we teach children everything they need. It stands to reason that the games are not simple. Over 5 000 exercises and game situations were created exclusively for the School, each of which is dedicated to the solving of specific problems.