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Comprehension Training Series for Children ― New Edition

Grasping the characteristics of objects, the basic structure of sentences, and the logical relationship of the plot is crucial for children who are about to enter the school-based reading and writing stage. Children aged 3 to 6 are in the golden period of learning. Appropriate language comprehension training methods not only allow children to experience the joy of reading early, but also promote the development of their communication skills.

The speech therapist team of Heep Hong Society takes language comprehension as the topic, provides training strategies in the three aspects, namely "memory", "sentence comprehension" and "story comprehension", and designs fun activities of different levels to let parents consolidate their children's language comprehension skills, but also spend quality time together.

(For an overview of the catalogue, please refer to the Chinese version.)

Price:
HK$128 per set
Membership Price:
HK$115 (applicable to parents of children at Heep Hong centres, members of Heep Hong Parents' Association and members of the Junior Gateway Club)

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