You’re Invited to a Horrifyingly Hilarious Time!
Vampires? Werewolves? That’s so yesterday! This Halloween, let’s draw and learn about some crazy Chinese monsters 妖魔鬼怪 like the 帝江 Dijiang, the 僵尸Jiangshi, the dreaded 人面鱼 Human-Faced Fish and others!
Join Auntie Yen Yen & Uncle Colin (the creators of the Dim Sum Warriors) at this unique creative learning event.
All-ages fun for the whole family!
HALLOWEEN 万圣节 DOODLE DATE
SATURDAY 22 OCTOBER 2022
at 10 – 10.45 am (Singapore time)
For our US friends, that’s 7 pm on Friday, October 22nd, 2022 (PST)
***Attendance is FREE, but you need to sign up to suggest drawing ideas.***
What’s a Doodle Date?
Many kids LOVE to draw, and we LOVE drawing with kids and chatting about their ideas! In Doodle Dates, Dim Sum Warriors creators Colin Goh and Woo Yen Yen draw and chat with kids the same way that they draw and chat with their daughter regularly.
BONUS: We do this bilingually—in both Chinese and English, together with our Chinese teacher—so that your kids learn how to name THEIR crazy ideas in Chinese and English.
HOW IT WORKS:
1. Come to this page with paper and pens/markers/pencils ready.
2. To suggest ideas for Colin to draw, sign in with your Username and Password.
If you don’t have one, you can Register for a Username and Password for FREE! BONUS: The Username and Password also gives you 100% access to all the Little Dim Sum Warriors Bilingual Tales once you download the APP.
3. Draw along, while we chat and learn new words in both Chinese and English. It’s always a creative and giggly time, and whole families often join in!
4. After the session, join our Doodle Date Facebook Group and post your drawings!
CHINESE + COMICS + CREATIVITY + CONVENIENCE
Do your kids enjoy these bilingual Doodle Dates?
Want them to be able to access past sessions as well as our Bilingual Comic Jams and 成语成画 Chinese Idiom Doodle Draw-alongs so they can draw and boost their Chinese vocabulary anytime, anywhere?
Oh, and also read ALL 20+ bilingual stories in our App, along with vocabulary-building games and reading practice tech functions?
So you can give your kids a creative, enjoyable and stress-reducing approach to learning Chinese that teachers, kids and education experts love?
All for less than the cost of a small serving of McDonald’s french fries every week?