Children learn best when they’re having fun. They need an engaging, language-rich environment. Our interactive classes nurture your child as they learn to speak Cantonese through games and activities.
Your child will learn everyday words and phrases that they can use in their daily lives. By making connections to what they know, we put Cantonese in context and motivate them to learn.
As a parent, we’ll help you understand how you can support your child's language learning journey and cultivate their love of Cantonese. We’ll introduce you to our playful methodology so you can replicate it back at home. So they carry on learning, even when they’ve left the classroom.
A playful teaching methodology that children love
Tailored lessons that address specific challenges
Parental support to help you cultivate your child’s learning at home
Cantonese learning resources created especially for bilingual families
Trained native Cantonese-speaking kindergarten teachers
2021 Online Summer Camp
Starting on 26 July
What our parents say about Rainbow Seeds
Over 50 bilingual families in London have chosen Rainbow Seeds to support their child’s Cantonese learning. With our parents’ continuous support and encouragement, we’ve made excellent progress. Here is what some of our parents say about Rainbow Seeds:
Ms Ceci is a nice teacher and her teaching is engaging and fun for kids. Her methods allow children to remember Chinese characters easily. There is a good balance of fun games, music and learning in the class.
I highly recommend Ms. Ceci Pang and her teaching methodology. She has been teaching my twin girls since they were about 2 years old (now 3.5 years old) and we have seen significant progress. Her classes are fun and creative.
I have seen a vast improvement and progress in my children’s Cantonese speaking and vocabulary – this has also been highlighted by family members.
Learning Cantonese through play, unlike typical classes in London. Fun and interactive, covering daily life topics. Best way to learn. We couldn't recommend enough.
My son is only 3.5 years old and she manages to keep him engaged and interested even though our lessons are online, which is very difficult to do. She has loads of ideas to make learning fun and she adapts quickly if something doesn't work as expected, by changing the activity or trying a new way to present a topic.
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