Korean Playgroup (3 to 5 years old)

Expose your child to Korean through songs, dance, art, role-plays and more!

The most frequently asked question by parents is, "How do we find ways for our kids to interact more with others in the Korean language?" There is no better way to motivate children to learn a language than to make it part of their interaction with a Korean-oriented playgroup.

The playgroup is set-up and run by a well-trained, native Korean teacher, with a range of activities designed to meet the needs of the attending children. Playgroup activities include music and singing, imaginative play, free play, arts and crafts, and fun games.

Aside from giving your child more opportunities to hear, speak, and interact with children in Korean, they'll also make friends, which will provide an enormous motivation to learn the language. For once, group pressure may actually work in their favour! These friendships could be life-long bonds as playmates are probably the best way to ensure continuous language exposure over the years.

No child is too young for the playgroup. All children from the ages of one and a half to five love new experiences and benefit from developing sensory, social, and communication skills through the playgroup activities.

Contact Agape School of Education to find out when your little one can join in the Korean language world.