Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

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Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

Post by Jennifer » Fri Sep 05, 2008 11:57 pm

Hi, I am a mother to two boys, one P1 and the other P5. Chanced upon this forum while researching on Chinese learning centres for the kids.

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Post by phantom » Sat Sep 06, 2008 12:11 am

Hi, Welcome to KSP :D

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Post by jedamum » Sat Sep 06, 2008 12:40 am

Hi Jennifer,
I have 2 boys too...and when my younger one reaches P1, my elder one will also be in P5. :D Currently, the elder one is going P1 next year. :wink:
Welcome to KSP. 8)

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Post by 2galsmum » Sat Sep 06, 2008 4:28 pm

Hi Jennifer,

So how is your search in Mandarin classes?

My gal currently in Hua Language at United Square.....Just went to trial classes at Berries and Tian Hsia......How u think? Am stopping her Hua by this November! She prefers Berries to Hua and Tian Hsia to Berries......maybe cos' Tian Hsia is the latest (I wonder)!

Cheers

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Post by ChiefKiasu » Sat Sep 06, 2008 6:03 pm

2galsmum wrote:...My gal currently in Hua Language at United Square.....Just went to trial classes at Berries and Tian Hsia......How u think? Am stopping her Hua by this November! She prefers Berries to Hua and Tian Hsia to Berries......maybe cos' Tian Hsia is the latest (I wonder)!

Cheers


My 3yo daughter is in a small little establishment in Katong Mall called Forever Education. It's a tiny outfit - and that's just the way I like it because they are flexible and offer personal attention to each child. It's pretty much like Berries, using children's songs distilled into Chinese verses and the kids are taught to recognize the characters. No hypy involved at all.


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Post by littlemissmum » Sun Sep 07, 2008 2:01 am

Hi I came across this forum by chance. Found it very informative.
cheers

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Post by Jennifer » Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:54 pm

Thanks all for the warm welcome.

At present, my elder boy is with Modular Education @ Bt Timah Plaza. Prob is there were only 2 children when we started after the Jun hols. The other classmate has dropped out midway, leaving only my boy now. The centre has agreed to continue for next term on a 1-1 basis at no extra charge(which I am very grateful for) even though they do not have a policy for such arrangement (ie 1-1).

Modular Education specialises in Maths and English. The Chinese dept is outsourced to an agency. I met the person in charge during the open house and she told me she is from a centre specialising in Chinese located in Thomson Plaza.

My boy's Chinese has improved greatly as the school materials (HC) is repeated again at the tuition centre in greater details. His grades in tingxie has gone up from 50-60+ to 70-80+.

I hv heard that Berries is for young children and Tien Hsia for upper primary. But I doubt my boy would ever want to attend Tien Hsia once he knows about their weekly spelling list :lol: He does not like the subject.

I am now thinking of dropping HC next year so that he concentrates on NC for PSLE. It's so difficult to get him to self study for NC too.

As for the younger boy, he is more playful. So I think a play environment would suit him. He's not the sit down to do guy.

Btw do we need to pay for trial lesson?

Been busy this week, hv yet to explore this forum extensively :oops:

TIA your advices.

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Post by LKVM » Wed May 05, 2010 5:44 pm

Btw Jennifer, she is at 997 wonder if she get her medal today :?

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Post by Guest » Wed May 05, 2010 7:04 pm

LKVM wrote:Btw Jennifer, she is at 997 wonder if she get her medal today :?


Think not likely. She's not so LLLS like us. :lol:

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Post by qms » Fri May 07, 2010 8:33 am

:congrats: Jennifer!!!! :rahrah: :boogie: :dancing:

Welcome to the LLLS club!

Hmmm.... :| Not sure whether she comes to this thread.......

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