My name is Natalia

the creator of cubearea.fun tutorial.

Three years ago, when my son was 7 years old, he asked me to teach him how to solve a Rubik’s Cube.

Drawing simple diagrams, I explained to him step by step how to apply them.

Over the course of 10 days, my son, with the help of these diagrams, solved the cube by himself every day and learned all the algorithms.

My experience in web development allowed me to create a website with simple and child-friendly schemes and video lessons in both English and Russian.

Today, the website is visited by approximately 10,000 people from all around the world each month, and the YouTube channel @CuBeAreaFUN has 13,000 subscribers.

Puzzles are my hobby, and I enjoy sharing my knowledge.

Offline masterclass

In the Rubik’s Cube course, we learn a method for beginners, layer by layer.

What makes my approach unique is that I don’t use complicated formulas, simple schemes only, and video lessons that are available on the website, allowing students to continue practicing their skills and explore other puzzles independently.

During the offline masterclass, I use a projector, and students can see the schemes and my hands with the cube on the big screen and repeat after me. 

I also briefly tell about the Rubik’s cube creator and explain how it is structured.
And of course, we learn how to solve it and explore all possible scenarios and clever techniques for speeding up the solving process.

See you on my masterclass.


How to solve a Rubik's cube cubearea.fun tutorial