For Parents

Chinese Language is a useful and yet challenging language. Making the learning process fun and effective for your kid is closely related to our joint efforts.
Design appropriate Chinese learning plan together for your children
Our professional Chinese teachers will design customized study plans for your kids. And parents can discuss with the teachers and choose the most appropriate study schedule and frequency for the kids. You will see your kids’ progress through progress reports that will be made for them periodically.
Build up a communicative environment together for Chinese learning (if possible)
Our Chinese teachers will make your Chinese classes communicative. We use Chinese language mostly, and we rigorously control the proportion of using Chinese and English. We design communicative situations based on real scenarios. If possible, we suggest that parents or others practice speaking Chinese with the kids, making a good communicative environment for learning Chinese.
Learn Chinese through game cards/word cards
Oftentimes, kids learn Chinese effectively through interactive games and fun activities. We will integrate games and word cards into the Mandarin Chinese classes. Parents can also buy game cards and create interactive activities with kids. Through these fun sessions, kids will gradually memorize what they have learned in their lessons and build interest in Chinese learning.
Learn Chinese through music
In general, most kids like to sing songs. Our Chinese teachers may teach your kids Chinese nursery rhymes, classic children songs, etc. You can also buy Chinese music CDs for your kids, and sing songs along with them. Learn Chinese through songs and your children will love it!
Read comics or story books
We may teach your kids Chinese fables and cultural stories. For kids to master or love Chinese language, parents may also get some Chinese comics and story books and read them to the kids before they go to bed.


Melody Zheng
Amelia Gu

Student Feedback

“My daughter Stephanie is 8 years old. Her teacher Honglin is very patient and really understands how to teach children Chinese and engage Stephanie in her Chinese lessons.”
– Andrea Lee, San Francisco
Dec. 27, 2017
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