Hands-on DIY, printable, and purchased Montessori primary math materials! Here's how my toddler is learning how to count in Chinese and English.
Our Montessori-inspired kids water and snack station encourages my kids to stay hydrated and nourished with healthy self-serve options.
My kids are learning about geography with beautiful world atlas books in Chinese and English! Real photos and realistic images are so captivating!
A dictation journal is an effective strategy that helps children focus on expressing thoughts clearly while a teacher models proper writing.
We can encourage kids to wear cloth masks with cute and comfortable designs and by wearing masks ourselves! Here are masks that my kids like!
In a monolingual country like the United States, raising a bilingual baby requires effort, preparation, and commitment. Here are 5 things parents should do.
Montessori 3-part cards help kids learn names and appearance of the major continents! Free printables in Chinese, English, Korean.
Is your kid obsessed with cars, trucks, trains, and everything with wheels?! 汽车嘟嘟嘟系列 Car Doodle is one of my little boy's favorite Chinese book series!
Trilingual part-time homeschooling turned into distance learning, but we survived! This is the curriculum that we used for 1st grade and preschool.
Teach kids Korean calendar skills with this hands-on perpetual calendar! Free printable in Korean and English plus useful teaching tips.
My kids and I had fun building this DIY cardboard playground! The project boosted language and creativity! Instructions and Chinese translations here.
This adorable Chinese series that teaches numerous common animal names and location words in Chinese! These books are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.
The Elephant and Piggie books in Chinese and English are so fun in both languages with conversational dialogue, adorable illustrations, and playful text!
My kids can independently enjoy Chinese Nursery Rhymes with this musical sound book! Video demonstration and detailed review in this post!
My daughter's room is a place where we all go to dream. Her trilingual library bedroom is filled with pages of adventures to places we can't go.
Both of my kids have had fun with their magnetic Korean alphabet toys! Here are 4 ways to play and learn with Hangul letters and where to buy them!