Welcome to Chinese4kids! My name is Sophia, and I created Chinese4kids to support teachers and parents to help kids learn Mandarin Chinese as an additional language.
I hope that the articles here inspire you to teach or tutor your kids in a variety of approaches. You’ll find a host of articles on China and Chinese Culture, Chinese learning strategies and tools, fun Chinese , Chinese vocabulary , Chinese listening, speaking, reading & writing , as well as theme-based Chinese learning.
To help your teaching even easier, you can also find a wide range of Chinese learning materials and resources on Chinese4kids, for example, find your Chinese names, Chinese vocabulary flashcards, Chinese theme-based learning packs, posters, workbooks, activity books, just to name some. What’s more, I also created free Chinese learning videos for your kids to learn Chinese nursery rhymes, tongue twisters, Chinese vocabulary, everyday Chinese, and take some lessons.
In addition, we offer Chinese learning courses and membership to provide continuous support. And you’ll find the information on all the programs we offer here.
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Yes! In addition to the eBooks available in the shop, you can purchase the physical book “365 Days Chinese Learning Journal” to learn Chinese every single day for the whole year of 2023. You can also use “Trace and Write Chinese Pinyin Handwriting Practice Workbook to practice pinyin handwriting” and “The 100 Most Common Chinese Characters Handwriting Practice Workbook” to practice the handwriting for the top 100 Chinese characters. What’s more, you can use the following two books to help your kids learn Chinese with fun: “Chinese Number 1-10 Workbook for Preschoolers” and “My First Big Chinese Coloring Book for Toddlers Ages 2-4“.
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