Montessori sandpaper cards are a fun way to learn Chinese stroke order! Tactile input helps with remembering the correct writing order.
These 10 simple activities with leaves make Chinese learning fun! Enjoy nature, play reading games, refine pre-writing skills while speaking Chinese!
Rocks, sticks, and shells are great tools for writing practice at the beach! Here are 4 fun ways to practice sensory writing with beach treasures!
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.
Felt valentines are a fun way to teach Chinese 心 (heart) radical words. Write words with puffy paint for a tactile way to remember Chinese characters!
Montessori salt writing tray is a fun and effective way to learn letters. The touch and crunch of the salt helps commit each Chinese stroke to memory!
宝石 (jewel) stickers are a fun way to improve eye-hand coordination, strengthen fine motor muscles, and develop pre-writing skills for kids!
We're big fans of sensory bins in our home, and hidden Chinese flashcards are my secret to making them extra educational! This activity for children encourages fun with everyday fine motor skills (eg, scooping, pouring) while learning how to speak and read Chinese.
Writing 棉球 with Pom Poms is an educational sensory activity that improves fine motor skills and Chinese character recognition! All you need are pom poms, paper, pen, and glue! With minimal preparation, children focus on learning while having fun!
Velcro texture provides sensory input to aid in remembering 软 and 粗!
Learning about soft and fluffy 棉 (mián / cotton) !
A sensory activity that focuses on the Chinese character 子 (zǐ / seed)
Sensory play + Chinese writing! Use dried pasta and beans to practice writing the characters 豆 (dòu / bean) and 面 (miàn / pasta).
Painting, stamping, upcycling, and learning all in one! We put our art smocks on and had fun stamping and enjoying Chinese numbers!
Chinese numbers Velcro puzzle: a fun, hands-on activity for toddlers and school-aged children to learn about Chinese numbers!