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Night Market Game with Chinese Flash Cards

This is the first spring in many years that we can’t go back to Taiwan. We’ve had lot of fun times playing games at the night market. Since we can’t make it there I decided to bring the games here! Hope you enjoy this one! My son learned 16 characters in one afternoon playing this game. Read More

Chinese Character Painted Cookies

Learn Chinese characters with this cookie painting activity. You can make your own cookie dough or use store bought cookie dough. The cookie paint requires just 2 simple ingredients and no added sugar. No sugary icing is used to decorate these cookies. Read More

She He and It Chinese Pronouns Activity Sheet

Learn the difference between 他, 她, and 它 with this activity sheet for She, He, It Chinese pronouns. The activity sheet combines coloring, writing practice, and character recognition. I hope you enjoy this free printable! Read More

Egg Carton Art Activity Pages

Learn Chinese with these activity pages and include your child’s egg carton art. It’s a great way to spend time together creating art and saving some egg cartons from the trash. You can download the free printables in Simplified or Traditional Chinese. Read More

Free Chinese Fonts

Google Fonts now has free Chinese fonts. You can use them to create your own worksheets and flashcards. You can even use the fonts for commercial use if you want to resell your creations. Both Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese fonts are available. Just go to Google fonts to get started! How to search for Read More

Mango Lassi Boba Recipe

It’s been a rough start to 2020. Even though we are cooped up inside doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy one of our favorite treats. The kids sure could use a boba break in between all the homeschool worksheets. Here is my mango lassi boba recipe, sure to brighten up your day and bring the sunshine Read More

Online Mandarin Class Comparison

Looking for more ways your child can learn Chinese? There are several companies offering Chinese classes online, but which one is the best? I’ve created an Online Mandarin Class Comparison chart of four companies, Lingo Ace, Lingo Bus, Panda Tree, and Speaking Duck. The good news is all four of these companies offer a free Read More

Netflix in Chinese for Robot Loving Kids

Need some new shows to stream to keep your kids busy? Here’s a list of shows and movies on Netflix in Mandarin for robot loving kids (and action and Transformers). Please check the rating of each show and make sure the content is appropriate for your child. DinoTrux Amped up with powers that make them Read More

Printable Book About Germs and Preventing Illness

This winter has been the pits for our family. It seems each holiday or long weekend has been spent cooped up with one of us recovering from the flu or a cold bug. The other day through social media I discovered MIIIA*Mia’s 口罩小衛兵, a printable book about germs and preventing illness by wearing face masks. Read More