Fun and Easy Pinyin

Monday, 20 November 2017 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM [SST]

73 Bukit Timah Road, #05-01 Rex House, Singapore, 229832, Singapore

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Monday, 20 November 2017 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM [SST]

DAS Rex House, 73 Bukit Timah Road, , Singapore, 229832, Singapore.

Is your child confused between hanyu pinyin and phonics?

Can they tell apart tie in English and tie (?) in Chinese?

How different are the ‘s’ and ‘sh’ sounds in Chinese?

Learn the distinguish them through fun and games in this rerun of Fun and Easy Pinyin.

Cancellation policy

Workshop Refund Policy
Should you wish to withdraw from a registered workshop, please note our refund policy: 
- 50% refund if 14 or more days notice is given prior to start of workshop
- 0% refund if less than 14 days notice is given prior to start of workshop 
Should the workshop be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, participants will be duly notified and a full refund will be issued.

Dyslexia Association of Singapore Limited / /

ABOUT DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE (DAS) Our Mission: Helping Dyslexic People Achieve Our Goal: To build a world class organisation dedicated to helping dyslexic people, those with specific learning differences and reaching out to the region. Registered in 1991, the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) is today a vibrant voluntary welfare organisation with over 240 full-time staff who provide a wide array of services for dyslexics not only in Singapore but in the region. DAS Educational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists and Specialist Psychologists provide support for over 3,000 preschool, primary and secondary school students in 13 centres all over Singapore. Besides the main literacy programme, DAS also offers support in Mathematics, Chinese, English Exam Skills and Speech and Drama Arts. Increasingly, DAS will provide support for dyslexics who also suffer from other specific learning differences such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyspraxia, dyscalculia and non-verbal learning differences.

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