After-school classes, 上海楼凤fill kids’ sur teaches

More than 80 percent of Chinese parents have made arrangements for their young children du

ring summer vacation, with extracurricular classes and travel their top choices, a recent survey found. 上海楼凤

The survey, conducted by the parenting channel on qq.com and Penguin Fa

irytale, an open content platform for kids, collected 10,410 samples from 28 cities.

 上海楼凤女神会所More than 72 percent of the respondents had their children take extracurricular clas

ses and about 50 percent had their children go on a trip, according to the survey.

Among the respondents, 64.5 percent have only one child. More than half of the res 上海楼凤

pondents‘ children are pre-school age, and 38.3 percent are in elementary school.

When asked about the purpose of after-school tutoring, 66 percent of the p

 上海楼凤arents said they want their children to adapt to this learning environment from a young age a

nd 27 percent said they are afraid their children will be left behind by their peers if others take such classes.

On the choice of extracurricular classes, parents tend to choose interest-oriented classes f 上海楼凤女神会所

or pre-school children, and academic classes for elementary school age children, the survey showed.

Learning happens not just in the classroom these days; summer camps, seeing shows 上海楼凤

and exhibitions and overseas study tours are becoming increasingly common, according to the sur

 上海楼凤女神会所vey. Overseas study tours are especially popular among families in first- and second-tier cities.

For many families, summer vacation has become a new spending season for child

ren’s education besides the back-to-school time right before the new school year begins, the survey said. 上海楼凤

More than half of the surveyed families spent less than 10,000 yu

an ($1,422) this summer, about 20 percent spent more t

han 20,000 yuan, while nearly three percent splashed out more than 50,000 yuan. 上海楼凤女神会所

The biggest chunk of family spending during summer went to children’s edu

cation — 44.7 percent, followed by 32.6 percent on daily necessities and 22.7 percent on family travel.

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