How to improve on Chinese Comprehension

September 26th, 2017|

Chinese comprehension is a test of vocabulary, language sense, and writing. This is very challenging for many students. Therefore, most parents who enquire about our Chinese tuition services often cite comprehension as their child’s weakest area. Not only is the [...]

The P1 Checklist: Preparing Your K2 Child For P1 Chinese

August 23rd, 2017|

Transitioning to P1 is a thrilling and scary time for students. So, the right preparation is important to build your child’s confidence and decrease their anxiety! This is especially important for those dreading P1 Chinese. Check out this guide for [...]

3 Months to PSLE: Game Plan For Chinese

July 10th, 2017|

With less than 3 months to go to PSLE, many students may feel at a lost for languages like Chinese. Long-term planning and short-term mugging are two very different strategies. However, hope is not lost! We are going to break [...]

5 Reasons Why Singaporean Kids Struggle To Learn Chinese

March 9th, 2017|

It’s no secret that Chinese has become more important in today’s economic situation. However, our children’s attitudes have not changed much! Mandarin is still a major hurdle for our mostly English-speaking youth. Here are five reasons why, and tips on [...]

8 Tips To Improve Chinese Composition In Primary School

December 14th, 2016|

Chinese composition is 20% of the total grade for PSLE. Unlike Comprehension, this component relies entirely on the primary school child’s ability to write what they’re thinking...without prompts! Though it may seem overwhelming, you can score more easily when you [...]

How to help your child learn Chinese Characters

November 17th, 2016|

Do your primary school children find learning Chinese characters difficult? I did. I can vividly remember my frustrations when I had to study for my 听写. Unlike English spelling, where I could attempt to phonetically spell a word, Chinese characters [...]

Book Review from a Primary 4 perspective

July 2nd, 2016|

Often times, we read about bloggers who have bought and read Chinese books with their children, and who recommend these books on their blogs. However, don't you ever wonder what the child thinks of the book? Shouldn't a good book [...]

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