Clothespin color matching is one of my daughter's favorite activities at age 3 and 4 years. It's a great way to exercise fine motor skills while practicing Chinese character recognition!
Homemade birthday cupcake cards are a sweet gift! You can easily integrate sight word teaching with this fun birthday craft!
Ice cream scoop color matching is a fun way to learn color names! This is an easy, low-prep, and educational activity for toddlers and preschoolers!
Dot Sticker Color Matching is fun way to get kids to practice colors while learning how to read color names! While younger toddlers practice peeling, sticking, and color recognition, older toddlers and school-aged children can learn the Chinese characters.
Clothespins are inexpensive yet very useful for building fine-motor skills and hands-on learning about counting.
Pom Pom Color Matching is a fun way to learn about color names in Chinese! This sensory activity also improves fine motor strength and coordination.
This recycled paper roll paint stamp activity is a fun and easy way for kids to create sun and moon shapes while learning the words 日 (rì / sun) and 月 (yuè / moon).
For a week, I wrote daily messages with 表情符号 (emoji) for my daughter to practice reading! We finished our emotion learning with matching games on the easel.
This clock-face pegging activity reinforces numerical order and offers an chance to practice telling time.
Chores and learning simultaneously? Yes, please! The main idea here is finding teachable moments in routine things around the house instead of sitting idle at a desk. Plus, activities like these are free, easy, and time-efficient, while teaching character recognition, organization, and quantification.