Get your child excited about learning Chinese with fun exercises in Chinese For Kids Workbook: Kindergarten ages 5-6. Introduce Mandarin Chinese language skills with the kid-friendly layout. Build confidence in learning Chinese with easy to follow concept maps. Encourage children to trace and practice writing simplified Chinese characters with large diagrams. Help your child set positive goals with the progress checklist. Written to help parents a...
Bingsu is a cold dessert made from shaved ice topped with a variety of toppings and drizzled with a sweet syrup or condensed milk. There are many different types of bingsu depending on the the toppings. Patbingsu is my personal favorite where a sweet red bean topping is added to a cool mountain of soft shaved ice.
Chinese for Kids First Practice Strokes Ages 4+ (Simplified) was inspired by a parent whose child recently became comfortable with pre-writing skills. This workbook has fun pre-writing exercises for common Chinese strokes and characters. We hope you and your child are able to enjoy using this workbook as much as we have in designing it. Workbooks are printed on 55 lb white paper best used with pencils, colored pencils, crayons and pens.
The best time to start writing Chinese strokes is not based only on age, but when a child is comfortable with pre-writing skills which include vertical (standing) lines, horizontal (sleeping) lines, circle shape, cross shape, square shape, right or left diagonal lines, "X" shape and triangle shape. Growing Hands on Kids has a great introduction to pre-writing skills with videos and explanations.