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!
Encourage observation, empathy, and respectful discussion with a free emotions book and Montessori 3-part cards in English, Chinese, and Korean.
《想哭的时候》 Everyone is a picture book that features a young boy who explores emotions through beautiful, reassuring, and metaphoric illustrations.
I successfully potty-trained my first child in 2 days before age 2, and am happy to share our experience and general pediatrician tips! Find out about our recommended potty seats and favorite potty story books in this post!
The Hundred Board is one of the most versatile learning toys that we own! My kids have so much fun counting, sorting, and reviewing basic math! Here are 10+ ways that you can teach and have fun with your kids.
Charming and humorous 《青蛙和蟾蜍》 Frog and Toad Books are perfect early chapter books for budding readers. You can read them in simplified and traditional Chinese and listen to the narration on Ximalaya!
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.
My daughter and I had fun reviewing Chinese 门 / 門 door radical words with this simple gate-fold paper door activity! It's an effective way to show the relationship between character components!
Happy birthday lyrics in Chinese – fond memories with my family Before college, most of my childhood birthdays were spent in Toronto, Canada with my Chinese relatives. Although our celebrations were simple, I have fond memories of singing 生日快乐 / 生日快樂 Happy Birthday lyrics in Chinese with my parents, auntie, and grandfather.… Read more >>
爱的小秘密 is a realistic, poignant story about a girl who longs for her mother. Feelings of fear, disappointment, relief, and love are palpable and relatable for readers of all ages.
My kids are having fun with this Chinese stroke order puzzle which offers many versatile hands-on learning opportunities. Good news: we are giving away 1 Chinese stroke order learning set to one lucky winner!!!
Remembering Chinese characters is the hardest part of the language. These 5 important tips will help you memorize Chinese characters long-term!
Teach kids calendar skills with this hands-on perpetual calendar! Free printable in Chinese and English plus teaching tips in this post.
Looking for free and educational Chinese videos for your children? Here is a roundup of our favorite YouTube channels!
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.