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I've never attempted this with my dc. I did take Ukrainian language at university in Alberta. It's very similar to Russian. It's a beast of a language! My text book was not appropriate for children, as in it was effective for teens and adults, but not visually stimulating and we never approached learning simple conversational vocabulary. It was a somewhat disappointing year - and I was doing it for 1 hour everyday 8 months. I did learn the Cyrillic alphabet well, which is handy to know.

You could try googling curriculum. There are loads of Ukrainian immersion schools in Alberta, possibly Manitoba as well. They must be using something semi-fun.

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