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!
Free geography printables plus recommendations for hands-on Geography materials, including felt and wood maps!
A faith-centered craft and coloring activity that helps children remember key words about Jesus. The coloring pages are in English, Korean, and Chinese (simplified and traditional). You can use them at home or share them with friends at Sunday School!
The key steps to raising a multilingual child include speaking in the target language consistently, listening to music and audiobooks, building a home library, and doing fun, hands-on activities!
Craft stick trees & snowflakes are fun to make and decorate! Write messages in different languages to spread cheer in the Christmas season!
Paper Roll Christmas Trees is a fun holiday craft with upcycled materials! These cute trees can also be turned into an educational sight word game!
Looking for an easy, last-minute Thanksgiving activity? This paper roll turkey craft is great for busy multilingual families. Discuss what you are thankful for in all languages!
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!