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7 June 2014
9.30a.m. - 10.30a.m.
Theme: Be a good Kid

Be a Good Kid


  1. I have a 22 month old daughter and speak Cantonese and English to her at home, but also wanted her to learn some Mandarin to give her a better start. The Sing Sing Mandarin classes are perfect for both toddlers (and parents!) to learn basic mandarin - the class is well structured, with a different theme every lesson, beginning with greeting and singing in Mandarin, this is followed by an art & craft activity which is cleverly introduced when the kids start to lose attention and followed by some more singing and a group activity. Overall, an excellent, fun and educational class for babies and toddlers!

    (Posted on 2014-01-27 10:28:00 by Jon Wong)
  2. A really well organised group which kept the attention of my daughters whilst entertaining them and giving them exposure to more mandarin.
    The group is a fun way to learn basic mandarin and making new friends who want to achieve the same thing.

    (Posted on 2014-01-22 13:05:00 by Josie)
  3. My son and I had an excellent time at the first Mandarin Playgroup session and we will definitely be attending as many future sessions as we can. It was a nice, warm and friendly environment and it was great to see the kids playing well together as well as learning through the various interactive singing and artwork activities. Having lived in Hong Kong and Beijing for five years I am very keen for my son to keep up his mandarin speaking and it is also a chance for me to practice with native Chinese speaking parents and teachers!

    (Posted on 2013-11-04 10:15:00 by Siji)
  4. Much more than I expected. What a wonderful group. Very organised, very generous, and wonderful teachers. My little one really enjoyed herself and I have come away with material to help her learn before the next session.

    (Posted on 2013-10-28 11:53:00 by Nicola)
  5. Lovely pictures, Candy! Looking forward to the next session of the plaaygroup.

    (Posted on 2013-10-14 08:48:00 by Wai)

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