Adaptation classes

Step 1

Saturday Adaptation Classes "Little Train"

Why is it so important to take part in Adaptation Classes with your child?

Adaptation to preschool and nursery is a big challenge for a child and a parent, it is a time of change for which it is worth being well prepared.

Are you facing such a challenge:
Do you often think with anxiety about how your child's adaptation will go?
Are you worried about how your child will find itself in an unfamiliar environment, among peers and new caregivers?

These are natural concerns that we fully understand.
Therefore, with parents like you and their children in mind, we have prepared Adaptation Classes of Mała Ciuchcia with parent participation.

What will you and your child gain during
Adaptation Classes and Open Days?


We will prepare you and your child in a gentle and friendly way to start their adventure with preschool and nursery


We will surround you and your child with the care of experienced teachers ready to cooperate and talk


Your child will take part in general development and integration games, establish first relationships with peers and teachers

April-May 2023

Bemowo I

Bilingual Kindergarten ul. Lazurowa 67

Adaptation classes – Saturday - May 13 and 27 10.00-12.00 

Adaptation classes – Saturday - 3 and 17 JUNE 10.00-12.00 

Enrolment: phone: 608 200 020


Bemowo II

Bilingual Kindergarten and Nursery ul. Kaliskiego 23 B

Open Day with Theater for children – Saturday, May 13, 10.00-12.00 

Enrolment: 660 416 200  



Bilingual Kindergarten and Nursery ul. Bajana 35

Open Day with Nature Workshops – Saturday - 22 APRIL 10.00-12.00 

Open Day with Scientific Workshops – Saturday - MAY 20 10.00-12.00 

Adaptation classes – Saturday - 13 MAY 10.00-12.00 

Records: 690 997 933



Bilingual Kindergarten and Nursery ul. UN Roundabout 1

Open Day with Magic Show – Saturday - 22 APRIL 10.00-12.00 

Open Day with games in English with robot Emys – Saturday - May 13 10.00-12.00

Adaptation classes – Saturday - MAY 20 10.00-12.00

Enrolment: 730 057 700



Bilingual Kindergarten ul. Przylesie 14

Open Day with games in English with robot Emys – Saturday - 22 APRIL 10.00-12.00

Open Day with games in English with robot Emys – Saturday - 13 MAY 10.00-12.00

Enrolment: 600 824 400



Bilingual Kindergarten ul. Ogrodowa 20B

Open Day with Scientific Workshops – Saturday - May 13 10.00-12.00 

Adaptation classes – Saturday – APRIL 29 and MAY 27 10.00-12.00

Records: 730 000 301 



Bilingual Kindergarten and Nursery ul. Postępu 17 B

Open Day with Teatrzyk – Saturday - May 13 10.00-12.00 

Open Day with Scientific Workshops – Saturday - JUNE 17 10.00-12.00

Records: 730 000 039



Bilingual Kindergarten ul. Gałczyńskiego 31

Open Day with Games in English. with Robot Emys – Saturday - May 13 10.00-12.00 

Adaptation classes – Saturday - MAY 20 10.00-12.00

Records: 730 300 454



Bilingual Kindergarten and Nursery ul. Warszawska 43

Open Day with Games in English. with Robot Emys – Saturday - May 13 10.00-12.00 

Adaptation classes – Saturday - MAY 20 10.00-12.00

Records: 505 064 505 



Bilingual Kindergarten ul. Śląska 36

Open Day with Multisensory Workshops – Saturday - May 13 10.00-12.00

Records: 600 200 331



Bilingual Kindergarten ul. Waryńskiego 8

Open Day with Scientific Workshops – Saturday - 22 APRIL 10.00-12.00

Open Day with Games in English. with Robot Emys – Saturday - May 13 10.00-12.00  

Records: 451 058 437


Conditions of participation

  • We invite children from 1 to 4 years of age for Adaptation Classes.

  • Children participate in Adaptation Classes with their parents 

  • Registration is required for Adaptation Classes and Open Days

  • Participation is free

  • Attention: during the holidays, Adaptation Classes take place on selected days of the week according to the schedule set by the director - for children with signed contracts

Step 2

Mom! Dad! This is a new stage in my life and I need your support!

Check how you can help me

Create a morning ritual as it will give me a sense of security. It can be five minutes of fun together, listening to your favorite song, telling a story about how you went to kindergarten.

Try to say goodbye to me in the locker room tenderly but quickly. Let's think together what I can take to kindergarten, which will give me courage and comfort. Try to immunize against my tears, they are my way of dealing with stress and separation. Usually, however, I quickly forget about my sadness. Remember that I will sense your nervousness and uncertainty immediately and I will try to use it by protesting even louder. I know that I can always count on you.

If you promise to be around, stay there and don't go anywhere. Always tell me what you are going to do. If you want to leave the kindergarten, tell me about it, even when I want to cry. The tutor will definitely hug me and I will be playing with my friends in a moment. If you want to tell me what time you will pick me up, don't say that you will be there in three hours, because I don't know how much it is. I better hear you come after lunch, after rest, after tea. And never be late. I don't want to think you have forgotten me.

Remember that everything you say about preschool affects how I feel there. I know you have the right to experience your own emotions - but these are adult matters. I am still a child and I would love to hear only calm and respectful opinions. Motivate me to stay in a new place in a positive way - by emphasizing often how much I have already achieved. Tell your loved ones about my successes (preferably with me) - but don't colorize.

Try to leave without turning back, looking into the room. Even if you forget something, pass it on to a teacher working in another group. She will surely inform my tutor about everything. Your appearance at the door will make me happy for a moment, but also make me hope to see you every time someone opens the door, because you have forgotten something. I'll be sad if it's someone else. Besides, I won't have the strength to say goodbye anymore. All this to make me brave and cheerful.

Take care of good communication with my educators. People who look after me should know my strengths and the problems I am currently facing. Ask not only if I ate dinner, but what progress have I made, do I establish contacts with peers, and to what extent am I independent? Never compare me to other children. There is no rule as to the duration and course of an adaptation. I have the right to go through it as I go.

Help me become independent. Be patient as I dress myself for a long time, put on and tie my shoes, eat a meal on my own, or cope with the toilet. Stay with me and support me, but don't be relieving in these activities.

In a year you will remember my first steps in kindergarten with a smile, looking at how independent I am and how much I can already know!

Do you want to sign up?

We invite you to a non-binding conversation and Open Days