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Mandarin resources in Silicon Valley

August 30, 2017

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A local mom, Jessica Covington, has put together a great list of resources for parents with children learning Mandarin in the San Francisco Bay area. She’s graciously allowed me to post her information. Definitely check out her blog, which has a lot of fun information about travel and kids.

(And guest columns are always welcome – if you’ve got Mandarin immersion info that readers might like, please drop me a note.)

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MANDARIN RESOURCES in Silicon Valley

Compiled by Jessica Covington

I’ve written before about my journey to pass on a foreign language that I do not speak! I’ve spent hours and hours researching various ways to reinforce Mandarin and Spanish with my kids, and today I am sharing some of the Mandarin resources I’ve found in the area.

These are places where you can send your kids to learn Mandarin from San Jose to south of San Francisco.

For the blog, I’ve sorted them by category, but at the bottom of the page, you can download my entire spreadsheet and sort it however you want!

I am not recommending any of these programs, just compiling them to make searching easier. If you’ve been to any of these places, please leave a comment with your experience! If you are affiliated with any of these and there is a mistake, please let me know and I’ll be happy to fix it! Finally, if I missed someplace, please let me know!

The specific topics on the spreadsheet (click here to view: Mandarin Resources Silicon Valley) include: Weekly Classes, Preschool, Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High, After School and Summer Camp.

 

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