Online Class

Gandomak Online Classes

Gandomak is pleased to announce our new online classes for toddlers through age 8. Classes are offered on Saturday’s and Sunday’s via Zoom and Google Meets. Prior to class, you will receive an email with zoom or google meet link. Teachers also use WhatsApp to communicate with you about the class and your child. Please download this application on your phone. Please note that there will be no class on October 9th, 10th and November 27th, and 28th.

Classes

Saturdays

Family Art & Play (2.5 - 4 Yrs )

Saturdays

Journey to Iran (4.5 - 7.5 Yrs)

Sundays

CodeBuzzy ( 5 - 7 Yrs)

Sundays

Family Art & Play (2.5 - 4 Yrs )

Saturday's Classes

Family Art & Play (10 Weeks, Once a Week)

Age Range

2.5 – 4 Years

Class Duration

45 minutes

Class Size

4 – 8 Kids

Price Per Learner (USD)

$ 200 

+$8 Service Fee

This class is based on the practice of the Persian language through art, cooking, games, and activities! Classes include different segments such as storytelling, making crafts, music, cooking, and movement. The teacher, Ms. Katayoun, has a background in graphic arts and she brings more than a decade of experience in art education to children. Here is the schedule of 10 sessions

  • October: 2, 16, 23, 30 (No Class on October 9th)
  • November: 6, 13, 20 (No Class on November 27th)
  • December: 4, 11, 18 

From 10:00 to 10:45 AM (EST)  

*Please note that an adult needs to be present with the child for the duration of this class.

Journey to Iran (10 Weeks, Once a Week)

Age Range

4.5 – 7.5 Years

Class Duration

60 minutes

Class Size

4 – 8 Kids

Price Per Learner (USD)

$ 250

+$10 Service Fee

In this class, we travel to Iran virtually to learn about Iran’s different cities and cultures, such as their music, foods, landmarks, and historical sites. This class also focuses on Persian oral storytelling and children’s literature by visualizing and illustrating that story. During the class, children will work with different painting techniques such as collage, mixed media, watercolor, etc. The teacher, Ms. Katayoun, has a background in graphic arts and she brings more than a decade of experience in art education to children. Here is the schedule of 10 sessions:

  • October: 2, 16, 23, 30 (No Class on October 9th)
  • November: 6, 13, 20 (No Class on November 27th)
  • December: 4, 11, 18

From 11:00 to 12:00 PM (EST)

Farsi Level: Understand basic conversation in Farsi 

 

Sunday's Classes

Family Art & Play (10 Weeks, Once a Week)

Age Range

2.5 – 4 Years

Class Duration

45 minutes

Class Size

4 – 8 Kids

Price Per Learner (USD)

$ 200 

+$8 Service Fee

This class is based on the practice of the Persian language through art, cooking, games, and activities! Classes include different segments such as storytelling, making crafts, music, cooking, and movement. The teacher, Ms. Katayoun, has a background in graphic arts and she brings more than a decade of experience in art education to children. Here is the schedule of 8 sessions

  • October: 3, 17, 24, 31 (No Class on October 10th)
  • November: 7, 14, 21 (No Class on November 28th)
  • December: 5, 12, 19

From 10:00 to 10:45 AM (EST)  

*Please note that an adult needs to be present with the child for the duration of this class.

CodeBuzzy (6 Weeks, Once a Week)

Age Range

5 – 7 Years

Class Duration

45 minutes

Class Size

4 – 7 Kids

Price Per Learner (USD)

$ 200 

+$8 Service Fee

In this class, we will learn about different areas in computer science. We will talk about computational thinking, algorithms, patterns, sorting, coding, hardware, etc. Everything we do will be unplugged and hands-on, meaning no screen is needed (except the one the teacher will communicate with kids). The teacher, Nina, is an experienced software engineer who has been working with kids for more than a decade. You can check CodeBuzzy Instagram page here. 

Why should we know code?
Code is 21st-century literacy, and the need for people to speak the ABC of Programming is imminent. Our world is increasingly run by software, and we need more diversity in the people who are building it.
More importantly, writing software is about expression, creativity – and practical application. Our kids should learn to bend, join, break and combine code in a way it wasn’t designed to. Just as they would with crayons and paper or wood and tools.
We believe there’s plenty to learn in programming logic and culture before showing children a single screen. (Source: Hello Ruby)

  • October: 3, 17, 24, 31 (No Class on October 10th)
  • November: 7, 14

From 2:00 to 2:45 PM (EST)  

Farsi Level: Understand basic conversation in Farsi