Chinese Fun, Resources & Support
MANDARIN LANGUAGE SUMMER AND WINTER CAMPS
Have a look at our brand new resources for Mandarin Language Summer and Winter Camps! Click here for a global summary.
The resources come from parents of CDNIS students. CISPA does not endorse or recommend the programs. If you are aware of other programs you would like to share with fellow parents, please send contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What a better way to motivate children to speak mandarin then to take them into a mandarin speaking environment ? There are some incredible daily and weekend excursions right from your doorstep.
Shenzhen: See almost all Chinese tourist attractions in one day, China´s leading marine park with an 8 m shark, 10 000 animals in a safari park, China´s largest future park, dinosaurs and rain forests, a children´s activity palace or a museum in an old carrier – Shenzhen has such a host of fantastic attractions. We have listed 18 suggestions for some great excursions click here.
Safari Park in Guangzhou: Take a 2.5 h journey to Guangzhou by ferry/train or rent a driver and you can enjoy a fun Chime Long Safari Park with a zoo and an amazing evening circus show! The best option is to stay at the Chime Long Hotel which is in the park. If the park is not too crowded you can rent little golf carts and drive through the safari park at your own speed. There is also an amazing water and Theme park with the Guinness world record winner 10 loops roller coaster.
There are some great Apps, Ebook and Website resources helping you and your child with the Chinese studies.
Check them out by clicking here.
Parents often approach the School to ask for assistance in finding tutors for their child(ren) In order to ease the search, a list of tutors is provided without prejudice for CDNIS parents.
The purpose of this list is solely to facilitate interviews with tutors. CDNIS does not offer any official tutorial service. Tuition session is solely between parent and tutor’s discretion. Click here to see the list.
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