Starts Friday, October 13th at 10:00am-10:45am
Series Dates: October 13, 20, 27 & November 3
Do you know sensory play promotes healthy brain development of our children? Children’s natural inclination of touching, smelling, tasting, and all the movements that help them to feel, create and investigate provides us with great opportunities for language learning. Let’s all immerse in the amazing sensory world and learn Mandarin Chinese!
One adult must accompany each child, and actively participate in activities with each child throughout the class. The class will be taught in full Chinese immersion style. There is no prior language experience necessary, although adults will learn to speak Mandarin Chinese during the class.
Playlingual Mandarin Series & Dates
Friday, September 15th – Friday, October 6th
Series 1: Move & Talk
Ages: Crawlers – 3
Friday, October 13th – November 3rd
Series 2: Sensory Small World
Ages: Sitters – 3
$40 per single class
$140 per 4-week series
*Pre-registration is required
About Peng Zeng, Founder & Lead Teacher of Playlingual: Peng is a Mandarin Chinese teacher, consultant and voice actor. She has over 10 years of experience in all aspects of Mandarin Chinese language education in the States. In 2008, she started exploring ways to integrate progressive early childhood educational approaches, such as the Reggio Emilia and Montessori approaches, to Mandarin Chinese education to young children, which eventually led to the birth of Playlingual methods. Playlingual believes children grow their interest in languages and develop their linguistic skills through hands-on and interactive activities with adults who understand how to follow children’s interests in the target language. Click here for more info on Playlingual.
Peng is currently an Adjunct Professor in Chinese Language at the New School. She was previously Director of Children and Youth Program at a major Chinese language and cultural institution in NYC. She holds a B.A. In English from Beijing Foreign Studies University in China and an M.A. In International Relations from University of California, San Diego. She was also trained in NYU Steinhardt School in teaching foreign language to elementary school student.