Creative Kids kindergartens and a small private school “Kryla” (“Wings”) have existed for three years and are continually evolving: the team is being strengthened, and new children join. “Our goal is to create an environment for children’s harmonious development, where qualified teachers provide modern education, appreciate and respect the child’s personality. There are few such spaces in Kyiv, and especially in Ukraine.” Closing the business for the quarantine period was perceived as something that would soon pass, and the focus was on improving and finding additional revenue options. Quarantine felt like it was going to be short-lived, as children needed communication and learning, and parents needed to go to work and feed their families. Thanks to the progressive team, the school was quickly turned online. But it is much harder to do it with kindergartens. Children need the presence and support of an adult. So far, we have four lessons a day for children to continue their development and compensate for isolation difficulties. More than half of parents do not support this teaching method, and I understand them: it is not entirely healthy eyes wise and does not replace live communication. Teachers miss children very much, and children miss their favorite educators.