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!
Math is all around us, and children are born with the desire to learn. My oldest child has learned everything from counting to multiplication through the simple, free ways detailed in this post.
Copywork involving song lyrics is a fun, low-stress way of practicing Chinese writing! This child-led approach has improved my daughter's writing motivation and stamina!
Remembering Chinese characters is the hardest part of the language. These 5 important tips will help you memorize Chinese characters long-term!
Make learning fun with secret messages and drawings! Wax resist painting is a fun process art that can encourage kids to read and write!
The ideal foreign language teacher for a young child can be anyone who is fluent in the target language and enjoys playing with kids!
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.
Knowledge registers better when acquired with different senses, especially for young children and children with special needs. Here's how to teach Chinese with Montessori sandpaper Chinese characters and the 3-period lesson.
Tips for using Chinese writing practice worksheets! Included are free printable basic stroke worksheets plus Sagebooks writing worksheets.
Kids will read when they are ready, but everybody benefits from early exposure to Chinese characters! Here are tips on how to cultivate interest, attention span, and print awareness and recommended first Chinese characters to teach children!