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!
Encourage observation, empathy, and respectful discussion with a free emotions book and Montessori 3-part cards in English, Chinese, and Korean.
Learn Chinese heart radical words while standing, jumping, and running to find the matching word! Kids love to move around while playing and learning!
Have fun learning family member names in multiple languages with family photos and envelopes! Free printable mini envelopes template included.
Stickers are a fun way to develop eye-hand coordination and focus for future writing. Here are tips on how to use stickers with different ages and languages (Chinese and Korean).
Celebrate Valentine's Day by learning about family members in Chinese! This printable can be used as a fun matching and memory games or simply for coloring!
Felt valentines are a fun way to teach Chinese 心 (heart) radical words. Write words with puffy paint for a tactile way to remember Chinese characters!
Teach left versus right with stickers and felt hands! This is a fun, hands-on, and educational way for kids to learn laterality!
Piper cleaners are a fun way to create glasses and eye shapes to teach about Chinese words with the 目 (eye) radical! This is an effective hands-on learning craft for kids!
Heart puzzles are a fun way to learn Chinese words with heart radicals! Free printable available in simplified and traditional Chinese.
A fun and easy way to teach 左 (left) versus 右 (right) - jumping on footprints! All you need is chalk and kids who love to play and jump!
A printable emoji wheel to reinforce important emotions and their Chinese characters.
Emoji paper plate crafts that are educational while promoting pretend play!
Simple DIY felt puzzle to learn the parts of the mouth in Chinese, English, & Korean. The free printable template can also be used as a coloring sheet!
A felt eye puzzle is a fun, effective, hands-on way to learn about the parts of the eye! Download the template to make a felt eye puzzle to teach kids eye anatomy!
For a week, I wrote daily messages with 表情符号 (emoji) for my daughter to practice reading! We finished our emotion learning with matching games on the easel.