Despite my lack of fluency, my daughter loves to speak, sing, and read Chinese. She knows and understands >1000 characters due to strategies described in this post.
The best websites and apps with free narrated multilingual books including stories in Chinese, English, Spanish, French, Arabic, and Korean!
Chinese Sticker Books 贴纸书 can be a fun way to reinforce Chinese speaking and reading at home. Here is a comparison of various sticker books plus teaching tips!
Peter Spier's 人 (People) book is the perfect companion to teaching the Chinese character 人 while depicting the beautiful diversity of humans worldwide! Books review, Ximalaya narration, and teaching tips in this post!
Black paper, glue, & chalk make the perfect combination for process art with a literacy surprise! Easy, hands-on fun for all ages at Easter and all year round!
Moon phases can be taught with play dough mooncakes! This fun, hands-on experience will help children understand the names and abstract concept of the word better!
My daughter has a blast hiding Easter eggs and running around with educational Easter Egg games that encourage, reading, writing, and math! Kids of all ages can play and learn with these 10+ ideas!
Wink to Learn has a series of real animal videos and photos from the Singapore Zoo. These educational videos are narrated in Mandarin Chinese.
Berenstain Bear Faith-Based Books in Chinese (贝贝熊生命之光) is a charming series that encourages positive relationships with God, family, and friends.
Cardboard Easter Egg crafts are easy and fun decorations to make for the most important Christian holiday! This is a great recycled activity for all ages!
Chinese audiobooks have significantly improved our Chinese speaking and reading skills. Here are tips on how to choose and use audiobooks to boost fluency and literacy!
We have many Eric Carle books in Chinese and Korean and love the rhythmic flow and beautiful illustrations! Here's a peek at these wonderful books for kids!