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Chinese Immersion After School Program

We offer a Chinese immersion program for children who are 5 to 12 years old. At EduPanda,  Chinese  immersion means that  students are fully immersed in Chinese at least 3 days per week after school.


Our k students learn Chinese through play-based, exploratory lessons.  The Chinese language arts learning objectives are embedded in everything the students do, allowing for explicit language lessons through developmentally appropriate and enriching days. Students in kindergarten through 5th grade will learn and integrate in STREAM subjects in  Chinese learning.  

Bilingual Class

In this class, we are open to students age from 3 to 14. Students’ fine motor skills will be developed through fun and interesting activities in the visual arts, including the drawing of lines and pictures and the tracing and coloring of characters. Logical thinking and imaginative skills are nurtured through the exploration of the Chinese language and the culture behind it.  Throughout the learning process, students will grow a deeper awareness and appreciation of cultures and peoples with cultural perspectives and practices that may differ from their own.

K-5 Chinese Curriculum

Grade Level Essential Question and Themes

All our three Chinese learning categories will follow the similar curriculum as follows:

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Example of Chinese K Level Expectations
  • Carry out a limited number of commands with prompt

  • Understand basic questions on learned topics

  • Demonstrate basic understanding of high frequency expressions on learned topics

  • Understand high frequency words and expressions at a slower than normal rate of speech, combined with strong contextual support, gestures, visuals, and repetitions

  • Produce isolated words and high frequency expressions within predictable topic areas

  • Produce basic utterances with hesitation, but comprehensible to teachers of Chinese


Based on a limited number of learned Chinese characters as appeared in printed or online materials:

• Identify isolated Chinese characters


Trace and copy Chinese characters by hand

• Trace, copy, and write the numbers 1-10 in Chinese characters

  • Identify where China is on a globe

  • Understand Chinese is spoken in many parts of the world

  • Compare Chinese and American holidays

  • Know the date, food, and celebration associated with Moon Festival, Chinese New Year and Dragon Boat Festivals;

  • Familiarize oneself with a few famous Chinese legends

  • Recognize a few key Chinese pictographs

  • Sing or perform some popular children’s songs, rhymes, poems, games, and/or dance

Performance Task
  • Classroom Observation

  • Interpersonal

  • Interpretive

  • Presentatioal

  • Instructional Activities

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Chinese Immersion After School Program

January 14, 2017

This is daily Chinese immersion learning program. It opens 5 days a week and locates at your home school.


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Bilingual Weekend


January 14, 2017

This is weekend Chinese learning 

program. It opens once a week and you can choose a place close to you and of convenience to you.

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Chinese Online Learning  Program

January 14, 2017

This is an online Chinese learning program. The students can learn Chinese anywhere in the world at anytime and any day.

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