Within minutes, Chinese learning activities can be created with dot stickers and tailored to our kids' interests!
Free New Year coloring sheets to learn the year 2020 and Chinese characters 新年快乐 / 新年快樂! Available in simplified and traditional Chinese.
A Hundred Chart is a versatile tool for teaching math and patterns. Here are more than 10 way to learn math with the Hundred Chart! The free printable is available with English, Chinese, and Korean numbers - perfect for multilingual families!
We learned about the parts of a flower with dot stickers! This is a fun, quick, and easy way for kids to memorize sight words related to flower anatomy.
Chinese Sticker Books 贴纸书 can be a fun way to reinforce Chinese speaking and reading at home. Here is a comparison of various sticker books plus teaching tips!
Learn the lyrics of 小星星 [Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star] with stickers! Printable lyrics in simplified / traditional Chinese, Pinyin, and English.
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).
Are you ready for a fun way to teach your child left versus right hand with stickers? This hands-on activity is low-prep and effective!
宝石 (jewel) stickers are a fun way to improve eye-hand coordination, strengthen fine motor muscles, and develop pre-writing skills for kids!
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!
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!
小星星 (Twinkle Twinkle Little Star) craft stick puzzles are one of my daughter's favorite activities! Tips on how to DIY plus printable lyrics in Chinese!
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.
A fun and educational paper plate craft that reinforces fish anatomy: 鱼 (yú / fish), 鳞 (lín / scale), 尾 (wěi / tail), 鳍 (qí / fin), and 目(mù / eye).
Hole reinforcers are a fun way to reinforce circle-related characters. 圈 (quān) and 圆 (yuán) both refer to round and circle. However, 卷 (juǎn) is the act of rolling something up. The characters look so similar and are easily confused with one another, so this activity is helpful to repeat over and over again!
YIN-YANG: 阴 (cloudy) and 阳 (light, sunny), two opposing yet interdependent forces of nature. We used weather stickers to introduce this concept.