Chinese Homeschool teaching resources

I have always been looking for Chinese homeschool teaching resources that I could use to teach my children and here are some that I’ve found and hope you will find them useful as well.

For Preschool-Kindergarten level:

1. Chinese For Kids (Link)
– includes lesson plans, downloadable reading materials and activities worksheets.

2. Early Learning – Chinese (Link)
– I like their printable Animals, Numbers and bilingual Alphabets coloring page.

3. Free Chinese flash cards (Link)

4. Chinese-tools.com (Link)
– Online lessons with audio, including reading, vocabulary, examples and exercises.

For elementary level:

1. Overseas Chinese Language and Culture Education Online (Link)
– Learn Chinese from this interactive site. Includes online textbook, additional reading materials, exercises.

2. EduMall from MOE Sg (Link)
– Learn Chinese from this interactive site. Includes online textbook, additional reading materials, exercises.

3. Interactive Pinyin (Link)
– Recommended for Pinyin Practice.

4. Activity Builder: Practical Chinese Reader Vocabulary (Link)
-Grab and match pinyin/characters with characters on the bottom.

Others – Chinese tools:
English to Chinese (Pinyin) Dictionary (Link)

Chinese Pronunciation tool (Link)
– Paste a chinese text and get the pinyin pronounciation of all the characters.

Pinyin Editor (Link)

Actually there are more, but I guess this list will do for now.
If I have the time, I may also share the Chinese iPad/iPhone apps that we like.
Ok… Got to get back to my spring cleaning! :)

2 Responses to “Chinese Homeschool teaching resources”

  1. Hi,

    I had been lurking around your blog for some time… As a Singaporean, I really admire your efforts in ensuring that your children gets homeschooled in Chinese. In Singapore, many students came from English speaking families and their parents are, many times, encouraging their children to pay lesser attention to Chinese simply because they themselves are not good at the language either. it’s a pity and pain to see that happening. All the best!

  2. Thanks YL for your very encouraging words! :)