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5 Kindergartens in USSR

Kindergartens in USSR

Posted on February 16, 2017 by tim


Soviet families were usually having at least a few kids. Kids were attending special kind of pre-school – kindergartens, that consisted of three “grades” – junior, middle and pre-school. Let’s see some historical photos of Soviet Russian pre-schools as well as some propaganda posters used to advertise the good of Soviet preschool system:

 

Typical Soviet pre-school class.

Often had different costumed parties – for New Year it was a must, every kid had to come in a costume.

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5 Responses to “Kindergartens in USSR”

  1. Slaven says:

    Reminds me of my childhood. So serene and careless…

  2. KLD says:

    Very similar to what I experienced as a child in the US except for the 2 hour walks. That is a great idea and should be something every child does.

  3. Jo says:

    They were so cute, and so well behaved :)

    Do they still have Kindergartens today, or is that now a thing from the past?

  4. RB says:

    the fox in the last picture looks like he about to take out the snowman lol

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