Simple DIY felt puzzle to learn the parts of the mouth in Chinese, English, & Korean. The free printable template can also be used as a coloring sheet!
If you live in a non-diverse town, online Chinese or Korean tutoring programs can help children and adolescents to learn and practice language.
Play dough is a fun, open-ended material that most children love. Here are 7 easy ways to teach Chinese and Korean with play dough!
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!
We have many Eric Carle books in Chinese and Korean and love the rhythmic flow and beautiful illustrations! Here's a peek at these wonderful books for kids!
Encourage observation, empathy, and respectful discussion with a free emotions book and Montessori 3-part cards in English, Chinese, and Korean.
Have fun learning family member names in multiple languages with family photos and envelopes! Free printable mini envelopes template included.
Bilingual tic-tac-toe is a fun game that you can play anywhere! You can easily review many Chinese characters and other languages while playing!
Puffy Paint Letters are a fun and effective way to teach Chinese and Korean words! Here's how to make tactile letters that help kids learn.
Raising multilingual children requires honesty, commitment, and flexibility. Here's a look back on lessons learned with my husband and 2 kids in 2018.
Stickers are a fun way to develop eye-hand coordination and focus for future writing. Here are tips on how to use stickers with different ages and languages (Chinese and Korean).
Our laminated food flashcards are one of the most used Chinese & Korean "toys" in our home! Shopping, cooking, eating - these versatile cards can be used in many ways!
This playdough snowman activity is a hands-on way to teach math to kids of different ages! Recipe and tips for a fun, easy, and wintry lesson included!
This summer was productive for Chinese and Korean learning, but there was not enough time and interest for English reading. Although my daughter seemed ready to transition to workbook math, she benefited most from hands-on materials and verbal word problems.
Color matching popsicles are a fun way for kids to learn about colors! Here are DIY tips and Montessori-inspired advice for teaching colors!
Reflections on our kids' trilingual schedule for 2017-2018: Balancing English, Chinese, and Korean requires consistency and flexibility!