Pop Up Present Chinese Christmas Card: This simple, yet customizable card, is a cute way to send someone Christmas wishes. Just color, cut, pop-out, and paste! For picture instructions, check out this blog post, or download from the link below.
The Cowherd and Weaver Girl: This is a coloring page that tells the story behind the Chinese Valentine’s holiday called 七夕/Qīxī. This page can be folded to hide and reveal parts of the picture according to the story. This printable in available in English, Traditional, and Simplified Chinese.
Back to School Supplies: Cut and Paste. Review the vocabulary for these common school supplies and paste the pictures onto the backpack.
Kids will have lots of fun manipulating this simplified version of a Chinese shadow puppet. Once you get the basic idea, you can make your own patterns and the possibilities are endless. For the full instructions on how to use this shadow puppet printable, click here.
Dragon Boat Festival Worksheet Bundle – Dot to Dot: Not only is this a simple way to introduce two traditions associated with the Dragon Boat Festival, this helps kids practice reading their characters from 1 to 10!
Color – Color and Cross Out: Enjoy this review of 6 Chinese colors! Practice tracing the characters for red, orange, yellow, green. blue, and purple, then circle the items that match the color.
Hidden Picture: Park. This hidden picture puzzle uses common vocabulary you would see at a park. Use this puzzle to practice asking where something is.
Fire Packet: Enjoy this 2-page activity packet focused on the word: fire. Kids can cut and paste parts of the character to understand how to write the character for fire. Then kids can play a memory/matching game to understand what Chinese word combinations use fire.
Spring Dot to Dot: Learn a new spring-themed vocabulary word with several easy activities combined on one page.
Zodiac – Cut and Paste: Learn the names of the animals in the Chinese zodiac with this simple cut and paste activity. Perfect for at-home Chinese New Year festivities!
Winter Dot to Dot: Learn to combine characters to create new words in this easy, holiday activity.
Water and Ice – Writing and Coloring Puzzle: A lot of characters look similar. This worksheet tests the learner if he/she can spot small differences in characters.
Weather Wheel: This worksheet requires coloring, cutting, and a brad to make a simple tool to learn how to say: Today is _______(raining, sunny, windy, snowing, cloudy).
Opposites – Up/Down: This worksheet teaches children two words and focuses on helping them read and write it. Afterwards, the children must apply the principle to different pictures.
Opposites – Big/Small: This worksheet teaches children two words and focuses on helping them read and write it. Afterwards, the children must apply the principle to different pictures.
Frog Numbers – Cut and Paste: This worksheet helps young children apply numbers 6-10 through matching. They can also practice writing! This worksheet would be a perfect supplement to Tiny Chinese Homeschool Vol.1 Chapter 9: Numbers
Monkey Numbers – Cut and Paste: This worksheet helps young children apply numbers 1-5 through matching. They can also practice writing! This worksheet would be a perfect supplement to Tiny Chinese Homeschool Vol.1 Chapter 9: Numbers
Character Practice: Character writing is so fun for kids, especially when the characters look like the thing they are describing. I’d start with easy characters, like numbers, or basic ones like 口/kǒu/mouth, 人/rén/person, 日/rì/day, 大/dà/big. Once they have practiced a whole line, you can circle the prettiest one–giving them encouragement and feedback at the same time.