Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Discussions on tuition centres/enrichment services that specialise in Chinese.
Post Reply
chenlaoshi
BrownBelt
BrownBelt
Posts: 559
Joined: Tue Nov 28,
Total Likes:39

Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by chenlaoshi » Tue Apr 16, 2019 2:22 pm

xueyan wrote:
Thu Mar 28, 2019 9:41 am
Image

What about this book?
Many school teachers use videos from this one for practice (usually upload to school online learning platform or provide link to students) or as part of holiday/e-learning homework. If your child's school teacher doesn't assign such tasks then can get, otherwise will be repetitive.

【Chen Lao Shi's School Holiday Chinese Language Workshops】 --> Find out more here

Schootopia
KiasuGrandMaster
KiasuGrandMaster
Posts: 3542
Joined: Sun Jun 19,
Total Likes:8

Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by Schootopia » Sun Apr 21, 2019 8:46 pm

For those who stay in the East:-

https://home-tuition.sg

Direct teachers with at least 10+ years of experiences.

NOT an agency.

learningpie
KiasuNewbie
KiasuNewbie
Posts: 2
Joined: Fri Mar 22,

Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by learningpie » Tue Apr 23, 2019 11:42 am

Dear Parents,

Are your kids...
😟 not interested in Chinese?
😟 struggling with Chinese?
😟 weak in composition and comprehension?

If you are staying near Jurong East, let us help you!

We specialise in small group Chinese tuition for Pre-school and Primary students.

-Small class (not more than 8)
-Personalised lesson plan
-Experienced tutor (more than 15 years of teaching experience)
-Fun and engaging

Kids should start learning Chinese from as young as 3 years old!

For pre-schoolers, we will focus on word recognition and pinyin in preparation for Primary 1, .

Students will learn more than 1500 Chinese words with us and they will be able to read Chinese storybooks on their own. This will develop their interest in Chinese and they will not struggle when entering P1.

We have developed our own proprietary materials that we will use in class such as picture cards, animation and games to engage young students in class and spark their interest in Chinese.

For Primary schoolers, each lesson can divided mainly into two parts: Word recognition/Pinyin and School Curriculum.

In each lesson, students will learn new words to build up their vocabulary and the tutor will also revise their school work. This will ensure that the students keep up with the school work and at the same time strengthen their Chinese foundation.

For Primary 3 onwards, we will focus on composition and comprehension where most students are weak at.

Our lead tutor, Ms Liu, has more than 15 years of teaching experience with young kids and she has a diploma in early childhood care and education - teaching (Chinese).

She is a native speaker and she is also accredited by the Committee of Overseas Chinese Education (China) for her professional competency in teaching Chinese Language.

Call us today at 9755 7240 today to book your FREE trial class!

Try first and see for yourself! Absolutely free 😉

Learning Pie Education
134 Jurong Gateway Road, #03-309F, Singapore 600134
(We are located beside Jcube)

Click the link below for images.
https://postimg.cc/gallery/l19hjzm8/

Janet32
GreenBelt
GreenBelt
Posts: 108
Joined: Wed Mar 07,
Total Likes:1

Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by Janet32 » Wed Apr 24, 2019 11:23 am

My DH and I are very thankful for Xin Zhong Wen. They have helped our daughter tremendously with her Chinese lessons and making her likes to learn Chinese. We don't have regrets at all.

mycutebaby
KiasuNewbie
KiasuNewbie
Posts: 5
Joined: Sat May 11,

Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by mycutebaby » Sat May 11, 2019 8:36 pm

How to encourage reading of Chinese storybooks? My dd is doing relatively well in Chinese, thanks to her tutor. Yet until now, although she loves reading English storybooks, she is still very reluctant to read Chinese storybooks. I have tried introducing all kinds of books to her but it didn’t seem to work. I am even going to the extent of limiting her time for English books to have silent reading time for Chinese books.


chenlaoshi
BrownBelt
BrownBelt
Posts: 559
Joined: Tue Nov 28,
Total Likes:39

Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by chenlaoshi » Sun May 12, 2019 11:18 am

mycutebaby wrote:
Sat May 11, 2019 8:36 pm
How to encourage reading of Chinese storybooks? My dd is doing relatively well in Chinese, thanks to her tutor. Yet until now, although she loves reading English storybooks, she is still very reluctant to read Chinese storybooks. I have tried introducing all kinds of books to her but it didn’t seem to work. I am even going to the extent of limiting her time for English books to have silent reading time for Chinese books.
Hi mycutebaby,

You can check out Dudu Town (https://dudu.town/product-tour/students-at-home)

chenlaoshi
BrownBelt
BrownBelt
Posts: 559
Joined: Tue Nov 28,
Total Likes:39

Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by chenlaoshi » Wed May 29, 2019 9:57 am

Image

deardear07
BlackBelt
BlackBelt
Posts: 984
Joined: Tue Jul 29,
Total Likes:2

Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by deardear07 » Wed May 29, 2019 10:20 am

chenlaoshi wrote:
Sun May 12, 2019 11:18 am
mycutebaby wrote:
Sat May 11, 2019 8:36 pm
How to encourage reading of Chinese storybooks? My dd is doing relatively well in Chinese, thanks to her tutor. Yet until now, although she loves reading English storybooks, she is still very reluctant to read Chinese storybooks. I have tried introducing all kinds of books to her but it didn’t seem to work. I am even going to the extent of limiting her time for English books to have silent reading time for Chinese books.
Hi mycutebaby,

You can check out Dudu Town (https://dudu.town/product-tour/students-at-home)
is this ebook really useful? related to sch text/ important words that every level has to know?

chenlaoshi
BrownBelt
BrownBelt
Posts: 559
Joined: Tue Nov 28,
Total Likes:39

Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by chenlaoshi » Wed May 29, 2019 1:16 pm

deardear07 wrote:
Wed May 29, 2019 10:20 am
chenlaoshi wrote:
Sun May 12, 2019 11:18 am
mycutebaby wrote:
Sat May 11, 2019 8:36 pm
How to encourage reading of Chinese storybooks? My dd is doing relatively well in Chinese, thanks to her tutor. Yet until now, although she loves reading English storybooks, she is still very reluctant to read Chinese storybooks. I have tried introducing all kinds of books to her but it didn’t seem to work. I am even going to the extent of limiting her time for English books to have silent reading time for Chinese books.
Hi mycutebaby,

You can check out Dudu Town (https://dudu.town/product-tour/students-at-home)
is this ebook really useful? related to sch text/ important words that every level has to know?
deardear07,

Yes inclusive of syllabus text (in fact, kid will definitely pick up other phrases and nouns), but not in the dull matter as in Chapter 1's words all in 1 story (like the way passages in textbook are written).

As with most learning have to make conscientious effort to make the most out of the learning, e.g. consistency in reading (in terms of frequency/use of the tool), maximizing the functions and features and even making use of the story to discuss about morale of story and learning points with kids - useful for both compre and oral.

You can take a look at some examples at their Youtube Channel and IG account


In comparison to the flash animations from EZhiShi, this is definitely much better.

Candy Goh
YellowBelt
YellowBelt
Posts: 10
Joined: Wed Apr 24,

Re: Learning Chinese (Primary/Preschool)

Post by Candy Goh » Thu Jun 06, 2019 8:28 pm

Image

Post Reply