A child’s ability to absorb information from their surroundings is astounding and has often been compared to a sponge. Children enjoy art and craft, and what better way for them to learn Chinese than through fun activities? These activities will help children visualise the words and are a great way to cultivate young learners’ interest in Chinese.
This session aims to explore interesting ways of teaching young children Chinese. It also aims to motivate children to express themselves in Chinese through art activities. Patrick Yee will suggest a few activities that parents can easily replicate at home. He will also demonstrate how to create the necessary materials through the use of simple skills such as drawing and cut and paste.
This workshop is organised in collaboration with the Singapore Book Council as part of the Asian Festival of Children’s Content.