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!
Cardboard shape templates are easy to make. When my children trace them, they learn to read the shape names naturally with frequent exposure!
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!
My children had so much fun racing their toy cars on our DIY cardboard car ramp while learning Chinese words! Here's an overview of important vehicle vocabulary and how to make a cardboard car ramp!
Cardboard Easter Egg crafts are easy and fun decorations to make for the most important Christian holiday! This is a great recycled activity for all ages!
Fine motor math with hole-punched leaves is a fun and easy way to teach counting, math, pairs, and matching! Kids can appreciate nature and numbers simultaneously with these free activities!
Cardboard Valentine's Day cards are easy for kids to make. Beautify it with nature weaving and use it as a chance to discuss the true meaning of love!
Looking for a fun and inexpensive way to teach kids colors? Here are 3 easy ways to use bottle caps for color matching and fine motor skills!
Chinese New Year (Lunar New Year) marks the start a new Zodiac year. Here are 20+ engaging Chinese New Year activities to ring in the new lunar year!
Christmas Tree Poke with Polystyrene foam is a fun and festive way to learn shapes, colors, fun motor skills, and new words!
Learn shapes in the spirit of Christmas with a recycled cardboard Christmas tree! Tip: remember to write the shape names for print exposure!
Teach kids time with a step-wise, Montessori-inspired approach! Here are inexpensive, interactive, and easy to set-up clock-learning activities!
Number and color pattern learning with recycled paper rolls and a paper towel holder! This is a fun and educational activity with items you probably have at home!
谁喜欢雨？(Who Likes Rain?) is a book about rain's playful sounds! A matching activity with recycled bottle cap raindrops is a fun way to review Chinese words!
This Washi Tape Cross craft is beautiful decor for Easter and Christmas! Both kids and parents can enjoy this easy activity together!
Grab your kid's toy vehicles for an interactive matching game! Our DIY parking lot craft is a fun, hands-on way to learn Chinese names for taxi, ambulance, garbage truck, fire engine, police car, and school bus!