In addition to creativity and family bonding, handmade cards are a wonderful way to practice reading and writing in English, Chinese, and Korean! Here are various ways that we have adapted learning to different stages and ages!
Copywork is a fun, effective, child-led method of practicing writing. This low-stress strategy focuses on penmanship and understanding content.
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!
This educational toy teaches how to build Chinese characters. Kids learn the spatial relationship of the strokes within the traditional writing grid.
Play dough is a fun, open-ended material that most children love. Here are 7 easy ways to teach Chinese and Korean with play dough!
世上只有妈妈好 is a beautiful Mother's Day song! Here are free printable lyrics and writing practice worksheets in simplified Chinese and traditional Chinese.
Bilingual tic-tac-toe is a fun game that you can play anywhere! You can easily review many Chinese characters and other languages while playing!
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.
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).
Salt writing is an effective and fun way to teach kids how to write! For the month of Christmas, we are having fun with dyed red salt and Christmas bell writing prompts!
Tips for using Chinese writing practice worksheets! Included are free printable basic stroke worksheets plus Sagebooks writing worksheets.
Exploring the history of 地书 (ground calligraphy) and discovering the magic water writing cloth for Chinese calligraphy practice!
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!
Montessori sandpaper cards are a fun way to learn Chinese stroke order! Tactile input helps with remembering the correct writing order.
宝石 (jewel) stickers are a fun way to improve eye-hand coordination, strengthen fine motor muscles, and develop pre-writing skills for kids!