Fun with Mandarin (Ages 2 - 4 Years) at Language Beans - East Village

Fun with Mandarin (Ages 2 - 4 Years)

Language Beans - East Village

Categories: Language  |  Ages: 24 Months - 4 Years  |  Format: In-Person
Fun with Mandarin (Ages 2 - 4 Years) at Language Beans - East Village

Children will learn Mandarin in structured and un-structured play, music, story time with the Owl, children theater, themed activities and art projects.

Then they will enjoy Mandarin Story House which is an hour-long class filled with themed play, interactive story time, make-believe, and imagination and hands-on projects. Kids get to learn Mandarin and have fun with Chinese Fairies!
When to arrive:
5 minutes before
Cancellation policy:
24 hours in advance
Caregiver required:

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18 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012
East Village
(646) 770 1595
At Language Beans, we value creativity and cross-cultural understanding in our curriculum while Chinese Mandarin is our language tool for communication and expression.

More than a language school, we strive to provide cultural immersion and cross-cultural understanding. All of our faculty are native speakers and have professional degrees in early childhood education, music education, dance education, or arts education. In addition to extensive training and accomplished teaching experience, we genuinely love children and feel fulfilled seeing children grow!
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Editor’s Tip
Beyond being the Founder and Creative Director of Language Beans, Mimi has taught at Columbia University and Pennsylvania State University. It was at these academic institutions where she built her foundations for creative learning models and supervised student teachers in early childhood education.