As my children continue their Mandarin lessons, we have started practicing more at home. Instead of just a couple of days a week, we actually sit down for half an hour or more EVERY night to work on writing characters and vocabulary. (This is, of course, encouraged by sticker charts and a pretty decent prize box! All worth it, in my opinion, because their teachers are seeing improvement, too!)
Tonight they were working on pages from a new set I just posted, "Learning Chinese Characters: Workbook 1 (simplified)" The set focuses on 28 different characters. It contains a mix of characters that both occur frequently and others that would allow me to create some easy beginning sentences.
|This set has tracing sheets, cut-and-glue sheets, a matching game, and color by character sheets.|
P.S. My pictures were enhanced with the app "Pic Stitch." You should try it out!