Going back to Taiwan has motivated my kids to learn more Chinese. Miss Panda Chinese has a blog with some mini-lessons. Here's one to teach you how to name fruits in Mandarin.
I'm familiar with Miss Panda Chinese. We listen to her CD in the car!
I like her video--very cute!
Thanks for sharing this resource with us! I've been trying to get the little boy more exposed to chinese language and like that, and this looks like another wonderful option!
Sure thing--I like how she offers the audio component, as well as the English, simplified, and traditional Chinese characters, along with the visuals.
This is great! I have to show this to my kiddos, 5 and 9. They will enjoy this. I'm really glad I found you and all your great resources for my own family and the younger students I teach. I will also begin tutoring a mom in Chinese in the fall (conversation and word recognition). Thank you!
Sounds like a fun job. Can you share which books you like to use to teach?
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Me, too. I think this is a good place to start!
I'm always looking for good materials to introduce Chinese to my child. Thanks for the review!
I think kids would find this series appealing. So different from the books I used when I was in Chinese school!
Thanks for sharing this. I'm always looking for materials for my Chinese School class as well as my own kiddos. I'll take a further look at this website!
Yes, I enjoy finding new resources, too. Hope you're doing well.