Chinese and Korean classes don't require a desk. The minority language can be optimized for kids with music, art, dance, sports, and cooking.
A dictation journal is an effective strategy that helps children focus on expressing thoughts clearly while a teacher models proper writing.
Learning Chinese at home? These low-prep Chinese learning activities help kids of many ages improve listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills!
Long road trips can be fun and educational with car games for bilingual kids! These 12 ideas encourage children to speak the minority language!
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!
I asked Auntie if my Chinese accent is improving. She replied in accented English: "I understand what you say. Just like you understand my English, even though this is the best I can do."
Many parents struggle to get their kids to use the minority language. Here are over 20 effective strategies that can get our kids to speak Chinese.
If you live in a non-diverse town, online Chinese or Korean tutoring programs can help children and adolescents to learn and practice language.
Finding a foreign language teacher for a child can be challenging. Here are 10+ ways to find the right person to teach your child foreign language!
How do you encourage a child to love and speak the minority language? A Singaporean-Italian parent of trilingual children shares her heartfelt advice and personal experience.
Which language skill is most important? The priority should always be 看听 (look, listen) followed by 说读写 (speak, read, write).
What is the best way to teach kids grammar? The answer is simple: conversations with fluent speakers and high quality children's literature!
How to get kids to speak the minority language? Here is a detailed, step-by-step guide for creating a positive, prepared environment that encourages the minority language at home!
How to teach a child a second language at home? How to raise bilingual or multilingual kids? Here are 5 key steps with a printable action plan!