About  :  Sponsors

To run a successful early learning language program, we need lots of support.

The committee is actively engaging in raising funds for the ongoing support that Kimmba needs to continuously provide the unique bilingual early learning program for young learners and their families. Please let us know if you are interested in supporting us with the running of our preschool language educational program.

Bilingual Program developed by Jo Jo Bilingual Education™ All Rights Reserved

Jo Jo Bilingual Education has developed Bilingual Programs in Mandarin, Spanish, German and English. Our unique and innovative curriculum is suitable for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and early primary school children.

Jo Jo also offers consultancy services to individuals, businesses, and international organisations in the development of bilingual education for both adults and children.

Child care centres and kindergartens that are interested in our bilingual concept and would like to know more about how we can help you to integrate bilingual education into your existing curriculum please visit: Jo Jo Bilingual Education

Below is the list of sponsors who have supported us in recent years. On behalf of all Kimmba families and children, we thank their continual support.

News & Press Articles

Kimmba Play School has won a 2017 Service Award for which less than 5% of businesses qualify

Kimmba has won a 2017 Service Award for which less than 5% of businesses qualify! 🎉🎉🎉 Special thanks to all the parents who appreciate the progress Kimmba children have made with Kimmba, and always trust and support us. We will continue to provide high-quality services and more innovative programs to all our precious children. Thank you so much for your reviews and we look forward to seeing you soon.

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Babies not confused when learning two languages

Babies that are exposed to more than one language are soaking it up without confusion, according to researchers.

 

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Bilingual preschoolers show stronger inhibitory control

For students in preschool, speaking two languages may be better than one, especially for developing inhibitory control—the ability to stop a hasty reflexive response and instead select a more adaptive response.

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