The Rainbow Fish book is a sweet story about friendship and sharing. This paper plate rainbow fish craft is a fun way to review lessons from the story.
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!
The Chinese Zodiac is a major part of Chinese culture and its calendar system. Download our free interactive Chinese Zodiac wheel in English, simplified Chinese, and traditional Chinese!
Story stones are a fun way to bring the Very Hungry Caterpillar book to life! Kids learn matching, sequencing, healthy versus unhealthy food, and more!
Rainbow Chameleon 变色龙捉迷藏 is an adorable book about a chameleon who is looking for his friend. The interactive tabs and colorful spinning wheels show how the chameleon adapts to its environment during this game of hide and seek! A spinning paper plate chameleon craft also extends the learning fun!
I highly recommend the DailyNoodles My Fun Chinese Numbers and Animals Books as a hands-on introduction to Chinese learning for kids. Included are fun crafts, coloring, matching games, Sudoku, Zodiac animals, and more!
Decorate your child's room with a giant thankful wall turkey! This craft celebrates our blessings and teaches appreciation in a fun and interactive way!
Looking for an easy, last-minute Thanksgiving activity? This paper roll turkey craft is great for busy multilingual families. Discuss what you are thankful for in all languages!
Counting shark teeth is a fun way to practice counting from one to ten! This is an easy craft for toddlers and preschoolers.
A fun and educational paper plate craft that reinforces fish anatomy: 鱼 (yú / fish), 鳞 (lín / scale), 尾 (wěi / tail), 鳍 (qí / fin), and 目(mù / eye).
A cute and easy butterfly craft mixed with sight word reading practice! A fun, hands-on way to encourage young children to learn and create!
Save your toilet paper and paper towel rolls for this easy paper roll octopus craft! We had fun painting, counting, and playing with this upcycled octopus family!
哪些动物有羽毛？ Nǎxiē dòngwù yǒu yǔmáo? Which animals have feathers? Did you know that birds are the only animals with feathers? Let's learn the Chinese and Korean characters and make crafts that reinforce this topic!
Easy snake slinky craft to reinforce the Chinese word 蛇 (shé / snake)!