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Monday, April 9, 2012

Can I Teach My Child How to Write Chinese?


Being parents of children with Chinese heritage, I find it very important that my child can speak, read, and write Chinese. However this is easier said than done. So many words and characters can be overwhelming for a child. I remember my own experiences when I was young—there were good and bad days.


My First Chinese Writing Exercise, Simplified Chinese
Our Price: $6.95

My First Chinese Writing Exercise, Simplified Chinese

Includes:
  • Illustrations of character origin
  • Stroke order
  • Plenty of pages for character-writing practices

There are so many children’s books out there now to teach our children how to write Chinese. These books feature Chinese made easy forkids to understand and to write. They are great learning tools and will help our kids learn how to write in Chinese in a fun and interactive way. Before we know it, they will be writing like a pro, and we might even pick up a thing or two from them.

My First Chinese Writing Exercise, Traditional Chinese
Our Price: $6.95

My First Chinese Writing Exercise, Traditional Chinese

  • Illustrations of character origin
  • Stroke order
  • Plenty of pages for character-writing practices.

Toy Story 2, A Workbook To Learn and Write Numbers.  Softcover.
Toy Story 2, A Workbook To Learn and Write Numbers. Softcover.
Our Price: $4.99

Toy Story 2, A Workbook To Learn and Write Numbers.  Softcover.


We can find these Chinese made easy for kids at different online stores like www.childbook.com.  This site specializes in different language books for our children—from learning how to speak, to learning how to write the Chinese language. And with so many books to choose from, the question is no longer “Can I teach my child Chinese?” but “When will my child start learning?”. And the answer is now!

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