Chengzhu Mandarin Centre now at New Bahru.

Nestled within the vibrant and trendy hub of River Valley, Chengzhu Mandarin Centre is now running Chinese enrichment programmes for toddlers every weekend at New Bahru. Our light, spacious studios and friendly specialist educators ensure an enjoyable, stimulating, and fullling experience for both children and their parents.

Currently, we are offering Chengzhu Mandarin Centre’s renowned parent-accompanied playgroup programme Mandarin PlayClub, and Language Learners, an engaging early literacy programme for nursery-aged children.

We’re thrilled to be part of this newly developed creative location and can’t wait to welcome you soon!

Visit us at our new centre
46 Kim Yam Road, #04-10
New Bahru, Singapore 239351
+65 6737 5348
enrichment.newbahru@chengzhu.edu.sg

Visit us at our new centre
46 Kim Yam Road, #04-10
New Bahru, Singapore 239351
+65 6737 5348
enrichment.newbahru@chengzhu.edu.sg

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PlayClub

18 months – 3 years

Mandarin PlayClub’s specialist early-childhood educators encourage toddlers to explore independently while nurturing their cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. Children naturally absorb key Chinese words and phrases through stories, puppets, drama activities, art and craft, and songs. PlayClub is a dynamic language learning experience for young children, fostering early developmental milestones and building a strong foundation in Mandarin.

Language Learners

Nursery 1 – Kindergarten 2

Children enjoy tasks that develop speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. Activities like drama, storytelling, music and movement, art and craft, and reading aloud engage their imaginations and creativity as they master writing Chinese characters and full sentences. In this Chinese enrichment programme for children in Nursery 2, they will learn 132 frequently used words and 44 sentence structures, engage with up to six storybooks per term to enhance comprehension and develop accurate writing skills through regular practice. Interactive play-based games and Chinese speech and drama activities reinforce vocabulary, while reading sessions improve oral proficiency and sentence structure. These engaging activities foster young children’s passion for reading and an interest in books.

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