These 10 simple activities with leaves make Chinese learning fun! Enjoy nature, play reading games, refine pre-writing skills while speaking Chinese!
Teach Chinese characters 高 and 山 with a DIY mini golf course, animal exploration, and driving maze! Free printable with Chinese characters 高山 in large font.
Rocks, sticks, and shells are great tools for writing practice at the beach! Here are 4 fun ways to practice sensory writing with beach treasures!
A geode kit is a fun way to learn learn about rocks! Kids will love to watch geodes crack open and explore the inside with great books about rocks!
We learned about the parts of a flower with dot stickers! This is a fun, quick, and easy way for kids to memorize sight words related to flower anatomy.
A fun and easy activity to review Chinese 木 radical (wood) words! Wood die and slices to reinforce the concept of words related to wood.
Four fun, hands-on ways to use stones to practice reading in context while playing and exploring! These methods help teach Chinese 石 stone radical words.
We reviewed Chinese 日 radical words with a sun word matching activity! Words with the 日 radical are remembered in the context of the sun craft! Free printable activity included in the post!
Leaf sorting sensory bottles are a fun way for kids to learn about leaves! This nature discovery activity lets kids enjoy and focus on observation and speaking skills!
The Giving Tree is a timeless, poetic story about a generous tree and a growing boy with changing needs and interests. Reading video and learning activity included with this book review.
We had fun learning about the parts of a flower and reviewing how to read relevant Chinese and English words! After sorting the different parts, the kids made beautiful Flower Sensory Bottles!
宝石 (jewel) stickers are a fun way to improve eye-hand coordination, strengthen fine motor muscles, and develop pre-writing skills for kids!
画一个星星给我 (Draw Me a Star) is a beautiful picture book by Eric Carle. We read this book and then applied what we learned! Both kids had a blast dot painting, and I helped my daughter draw & cut the stars. Every star turned out to be beautiful and unique!
Water painting is a fun outdoor activity for learning sight words, such as Chinese characters! To review words related to rain, my daughter traced each character in chalk raindrops with a wet paintbrush.
Rainstick sensory bottles are a wonderful auditory, visual, and tactile learning experience for kids! They are easy and fun for kids to make on their own!
谁喜欢雨？(Who Likes Rain?) is a book about rain's playful sounds! A matching activity with recycled bottle cap raindrops is a fun way to review Chinese words!