Through exposure to the Chinese language in a fun and interactive setting, toddlers have an excellent opportunity to start learning Mandarin at a young age.
Motor Skills Development
From painting with brushes to engaging in movement exercises, toddlers develop better hand-eye coordination, balance, and body control.
Shared activities, songs, and games strengthen the emotional connection and attachment, promoting a secure and loving parent-child relationship.
Join us every Saturday as we sing new and old songs and nursery rhymes. We will add rhythm and movement to get our students' whole bodies involved. We will also encourage the children to learn and explore different instruments, like Piano and Violin. Children are welcome to sing or listen.
Exposing children to music and singing at a young age helps their brain development. It increases their ability to use language and gets them ready for reading. But let's not forget, music is just fun!! In this course, we will sing classic children's songs, letter and number songs, and songs about the different seasons and holidays throughout the year. We will sing old and new songs that cover different topics that interest children.
This course is designed for students to continue each week, or drop in on occasion for topics that interest them. Classes do not build on each other but follow a consistent outline which is important for young learners.
Introduce toddlers to basic Mandarin Chinese vocabulary, phrases, and sentence structures through interactive activities, songs, and games.
Facilitate a strong emotional connection between parents/caregivers and toddlers through shared experiences, interactive play, and communication in Chinese.
Help toddlers develop social skills, such as sharing, taking turns, and cooperating, while using the Chinese language as a means of communication.
Enhance toddlers' physical coordination and control.
Support toddlers' cognitive development and intellectual curiosity.
Provide opportunities for sensory exploration and discovery within a Chinese context.
Create a positive and happy atmosphere that motivates continued interest in learning Mandarin Chinese.
IN-PERSON: Saturdays, 9:00 am - 10:00 am (Art)
IN-PERSON: Saturdays, 10:00 am - 11:00 am (Music & Movement)