Children's lawn camp | Lucky Kids

What is your full name? My full name is Steven Clifford Winer Are you married? I was, unfortunately I’m now divorced. Where are you from? I’m from South Africa What made you move to Bulgaria? I moved here from Ireland, my ex-wife is Bulgarian so came here to see more of my daughter.Read More →

Lizzie Simpson teacher | LuckyKids

What is your full name? Lizzie Simpson Are you married? Nope! (But I have a very lovely Bulgarian partner) 🙂 Where are you from? I’m from England; I grew up near a small historical town called Leighton Buzzard, which is 1 hour north east of London. What made you move to Bulgaria? I studied with a Bulgarian friend at university and she called me out of the blue, to ask if I would consider working in an English kindergarten in Sofia. 7 Days later I was on the plane, 8 days later I started working at Tuti Kindergarten in Lozenetes, Sofia! It was just aRead More →

Children's lawn camp | Lucky Kids

What is your full name? My full name is Neil Andrew Waters. Are you married? Yes, I am. I’m married with two children, one nine year old boy and one four year old girl. Where are you from? I’m from England. I was born in Newcastle and then moved when I was six months old, to Birkenhead, which is near Liverpool on the other side of the river Mersey.Read More →

Which one is best for me or my child? When your child decides to learn English, he or she will need the correct books to learn English with; there are literally thousands available nowadays. There is a lot to consider when deciding which books are best, but lets’ look at just dictionaries for now.Read More →

Getting Started in Reading If you want your child to enjoy reading (no matter what language), it depends only on you. The most important period for developing love of reading is at the age of 2-5 years when the child forms its basic habits.Read More →

Did you know that in the Bansko area there are over 140 architectural and historical monuments and more than 130 registered archaeological finds? And did you know that 7 of the sites that are located in the resort town are of national importance and are included in the 100 national tourist sites?Read More →

When “lessons” are presented in an interesting way, learning is always quicker and easier. This long-standing truth is very professionally applied in LuckyKids – the international children’s camp located in Bansko, which teaches  English  to children from 5 to 14 years of age. You will be amazed how for a week or two – depending on the course you choose, your children will greatly improve all forms of language proficiency – vocabulary, understanding, reading, writing.Read More →

Do you know what a nice and useful gift you can surprise your children with? Quality improvement of the English in English-speaking environment; exciting vacation with many adventures and new friendships from Bulgaria and abroad; security, safety under all international requirements. This is what your children will receive at the LuckyKids International Children’s Camp.Read More →

Reflex for quick adaptation in new conditions and situations; Ability to work in team; meeting children from Bulgaria and abroad /completely real, not online/. This is just part of the substantial benefits to your children if you enrol them in the LuckyKids international camp in Bansko. Even though they are important, they are nonetheless complementary – the main thing is that your children will apply and “verify” their English language in a real English-speaking environment and will improve all forms of knowledge: vocabulary, correct expression, understanding, reading, writing.Read More →

The ‘tenses’ are the forms that verbs take in English when speaking or writing. Cambridge, Pearson and other English Institutions teach them in a certain order, but to learners of English this can be confusing at times.Read More →

English language is evolving, at a slow but steady pace. This is because of society progressing at a slow and steady pace too. Languages, not just English evolve, so does Bulgarian, with new technology and new inventions, new words are created all the time.Read More →

Grammar is an important part of English language learning. Without it language communication becomes pointless, when speakers can’t say or write a sentence correctly, as it gives a different meaning if not said or written correctly.Read More →

Every parent has this problem: during school holidays, children have plenty of free time and parents work and cannot control them. Dangers are lurking everywhere – both outdoors and at home, because of virtual space. Is it possible to have a solution in which the child is safe and at the same time learns a foreign language with pleasure?Read More →

Children who attend LuckyKids get a great boost in their Conversational English skills, doesn’t matter what level they are, as the camp is an English camp with Native speakers.Read More →