Labels

Labels are an effective way to learn new Chinese characters and words.  By placing labels and other visual materials in everyday surroundings, your child will improve reading skills and build vocabulary.

Labels

Labels are an effective way to learn new Chinese characters and words.  By placing labels and other visual materials in everyday surroundings, your child will improve reading skills and build vocabulary.

20 Earth Day and Recycling Activities for Kids Learning Chinese

20 Earth Day and Recycling Activities for Kids Learning Chinese

Earth Day is a wonderful opportunity to show your children how we can make the earth a better place.  The concept of environmental protection and recycling might seem foreign to younger children, but when you make it relatable, much like learning a second language, your children will grasp the concept very quickly.  So how do you make it relatable?  Lead by example is the best way to teach children.

4Rs Flashcards

4Rs Flashcards

Introduce your little environmentalists to the 4Rs with...

Printable Goldfish Journal for Kids Learning Mandarin Chinese

Printable Goldfish Journal for Kids Learning Mandarin Chinese

Your kids will love journaling with this personalized goldfish journal set!  This goldfish journal is created to help your kids identify their 5 senses and describing events of their day with 5 senses.  As they complete each journal page, they will effortlessly pick up an array of Chinese words like the weekdays, weather, and each sense. 

Weekday Labels

Weekday Labels

These Weekday Labels in Chinese can be used for so many...

How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Kids Learning Chinese

How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Kids Learning Chinese

Valentine’s Day is a wonderful opportunity to teach children about love!  Their love for grandparents, parents, teachers, playmates, siblings, relatives, friends, and even pets!  Not only that, your children can learn how to express their love by making something special with their hands.

15 Days of Chinese New Year Celebration For Kids

15 Days of Chinese New Year Celebration For Kids

The Chinese New Year, also referred to as the Lunar New Year is the biggest holiday celebration that stretches for 15 days and more.   It’s more than just celebrating a new beginning, it’s a celebration of hope, renewal, and gratitude.  When you teach your child about the Chinese New Year, you broaden their perspective about the world and acceptance of different cultures. You can celebrate the Chinese New Year with your children with many fun hands-on activities. 

15 Easy Chinese New Year Crafts and Activities for Kids Part 2

15 Easy Chinese New Year Crafts and Activities for Kids Part 2

The Chinese New Year is a truly magical time for adults and kids alike.  It’s a long celebration that begins a month before the actual date and ends 15 days after (Lantern Festival).  The Chinese New Year is a great way to spark your kids’ interest in the Chinese language because of all the creative stories and symbols built around this holiday.

Weather Wheel

Weather Wheel

What’s the weather today? Have your little weatherman...

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