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!
Although my children are Asian and learning Chinese, we all need children's books about black history in our homes and schools.
Realistic, gorgeous illustrations and interactive transparent pages make reading and learning about the world so fascinating for both of my children!
Shopping, cooking, eating, learning: our laminated food flashcards are one of the most used Chinese and Korean learning toys in our home!
Kids can learn these endearing Chinese Father's Day songs to celebrate and honor their dads! Music videos and printable lyrics provided for reference.
Explore colors, nature, household items, and the neighborhood with free printable scavenger hunts. Fun way to learn Chinese, Korean, and English!
My kids are having fun learning about geography through Montessori animals and continents activities! These printables are in Chinese, Korean, and English!
My kids have been learning about the continents and oceans while playing with their Montessori felt map of the world! Highly recommend this learning toy!
Montessori sandpaper cards are a fun way to learn Chinese stroke order! Tactile input helps with remembering the correct writing order.
Learn to sing these popular, touching Chinese songs about mothers with your child! Printable lyrics in simplified and traditional Chinese plus PInyin.
Singing is one of the best ways for kids to learn and bond with family! Here are 4 Korean Children's Songs for Parents' Day with free printable lyrics!
This DIY cardboard playground was a special family bonding project and also a fun way to learn about building while boosting language and creativity! Instructions and key Chinese translations in the post.
This DIY Catapult Chinese sight word game is my kids' new favorite learning toy! The science of the classic catapult craft is mixed with fun reading practice!
Everybody has cardboard rolls, but most of us don't have much time. The good news is that Chinese learning activities can be set up quickly with free, recycled paper towel or toilet paper tubes!
The Montessori spindle box teaches the concept of zero, number sequence, and one-to-one correspondence. Here's how to DIY this important math resource!
We can encourage kids to wear cloth masks with cute and comfortable designs and by wearing masks ourselves! Here are masks that my kids like!
This printable is perfect for shoe tying practice, improving fine motor skills, and for learning left versus right in English, Chinese, and Korean!