Where is mama duck? is a bilingual Mandarin Chinese English children's story with pinyin and simplified Chinese for kids. Join one curious duckling on an exciting adventure. Help duckling find mama duck and meet new friends on the way. Learn Chinese with this fun and colorful story.
Blank rectangle spaces between each row of squares provide space for notes and corrections. Each page has 15 rows of 20 blank squares for Hangul character placement. Black and white floral print border on each page.
Chinese for Kids First Practice Strokes Ages 4+ Simplified is for children ages 4 and older to practice writing common basic and compound strokes. Fun and easy workbook with pre-writing activities for kids to practice their first Chinese writing strokes and words.
Chinese For Kids Practice Notebook 1 inch Grids Tian Zi Ge Cat Edition has 100 pages of 35 blank dashed grids to guide your child's writing of Chinese characters. Practice Chinese with whimsical cats and a school of fish.
This workbook introduces children to basic Chinese words for family members and pets with practice writing pages.
Chinese for Kids 50 More Characters Ages 5+ Simplified is for children ages 5 and older to practice writing simplified Chinese. Fun and easy workbook for kids to learn 50 Chinese words. This workbook is best used for children who are learning Mandarin Chinese. Practice writing Chinese words with a cute squirrel, panda, bear, dog and cat. Each simplified Chinese character has a picture, English translation and Mandarin Chinese pinyin.
Chinese for Kids First 50 Characters is for children from ages 5 and older to practice writing simplified Chinese.
500 square format Wongoji Essay paper with numbered rows to keep track of Hangul character count. Simple grid layout is great to practice writing Korean. Each page has 25 rows of 20 blank squares to guide your writing.