Homeschooling as a work-at-home parent is tough, but planning with a positive perspective will help. Here are 10 survival tips for parents of young kids!
Our favorite Korean children's songs and popular nursery rhymes!
Learning Chinese at home? These low-prep Chinese learning activities help kids of many ages improve listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills!
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.
Khan Academy Mandarin, Chinese math printables, math songs, books, manipulatives and more! These resources will help your kids learn math in Chinese!
Encourage observation, empathy, and respectful discussion with a free emotions book and Montessori 3-part cards in English, Chinese, and Korean.
NPR's Chinese coronavirus comic teaches kids about hygiene in a reassuring way. Printable, easy-to-read text in simplified and traditional script.
Singing and dancing to Chinese songs is a fun way for children to learn Chinese. Here is a list of our favorite Chinese music for kids!
Fun, informative, and dynamic, my kids love learning about science through the Chinese Magic School Bus books! Luka Reading Robot also narrates in Mandarin!
These friendship wands are fun with sweet messages in Chinese, English, and Korean! Free printable Valentine's Day heart wands can be used for other gifts!
Looking for free and educational Chinese videos for your children? Here is a roundup of our favorite YouTube channels!
In addition to creativity and family bonding, handmade cards are a wonderful way to practice reading and writing in English, Chinese, and Korean! Here are various ways that we have adapted learning to different stages and ages!
Our kids art cart has been a game changer for encouraging independence and creativity. Here are tips for organizing and minimizing art clutter!
Long road trips can be fun and educational with car games for bilingual kids! These 12 ideas encourage children to speak the minority language!
Sagebooks is an excellent curriculum that uses spaced repetition and short stories to teach kids how to read 500 Chinese characters and basic sentences. Simplified and traditional Chinese versions are available.
Our Montessori-inspired kids water and snack station encourages my kids to stay hydrated and nourished with healthy self-serve options.