To achieve its objectives and endorse its international character, Baby Erasmus has partners in several European countries (universities, associations and foreign educational centers) that collaborate with our educational project. On the other hand, our center participates in several European projects "Erasmus +" on bilingualism and child education financed by the European Commission.

BABO - Bilingual Bicultural Outlook

The BABO project’s main focus is teaching a second language at preschool age in an innovative way offering ECEC (Early Childhood Education and Care) educators and families new educational methodologies and digital resources.

LISTEN - Community Learning for Social Inclusion

The project aims at developing a high quality early childhood education and care model promoting intergenerational solidarity and actively involving local communities. The consortium will co-design innovative learning environments using formal and non-formal methodologies to increase dialogue and cooperation among children, teachers, educators, families and a wider civil society. LISTEN - Community Learning for Social Inclusion is co-funded by Erasmus+ Program

Digitalization for Kindergartens and Primary Schools

Through our project we want to implement a mixed learning model to effectively integrate technology, to improve the teaching and learning experience for teachers in kindergartens and primary schools and pre-schools and primary school students.This will give the partners involved in the project the opportunity to provide a type of online learning that better meets the needs . The project will be implemented over a two-year period to give teachers in kindergartens and primary...


Art cultivates important skills that benefit a child’s development, expands a child’s ability to interact with the world around and provides a new set of skills for self-expression andcommunication.

SECOND SOUL : Learning a Second Language at an Early Age.

To have another language is to possess a second soul. ‒Charlemagne Language competences are at the heart of the ambitious vision to create a European Education Area. Being able to speak foreign languages is not only a competence needed for studying abroad and on increasingly international job markets. It also opens new perspectives and enables people to discover other cultures. Studies show that across the board, EU Member States are not making progress fast enough towards...


The dynamic and globalizing world poses new challenges to our educational system. Bringing up a tolerance, mutual acquaintance and cooperation across cultures, respect for diversity and respect for human rights in their full richness and depth is at the heart of the tasks that our teaching team faces.

POLYGLOT: Multilingual Education in Preschool Age

Multilingual language skills are important in a cosmopolitan society and, as children are especially receptive to learning languages at an early age, linguistic competences and a multilingual education should be implemented in Europe’s kindergartens. Therefore the project mainly addresses the educators in preschool institutions, as well as bi-/multilingual children and their parents.

SPROUT: Same Profiles for Unique Training in ECEC service

The need to invest in human capital from early childhood is the focus of attention of the scientific community and of the EU: established this interest, Europe has a very diverse views about the organization of ECEC services and above all about the qualifications requested to staff working with younger children. There is a high diversity in the initial training of childhood educators both in Europe, with countries where educators are requested to have just a high school diploma...