My Pet

My Pet

My Pet Unit Animals worksheets and word mat included in this bundle.
feitiannvh520
Word Mats in Mandarin Chinese

Word Mats in Mandarin Chinese

Engaging Word Mats ready to be displayed in classroom. This series of word mats can also be printed out as a mini-book. Including: My Pets (Animals) Sports Ballgames Countries Colours Clothes Food&Drinks Personal Pronouns Days of the week
feitiannvh520
Year of the Dog

Year of the Dog

‘Year of the Dog’ themed pack that includes colourful sets of cut-out borders, banner, lined papers and pageborders for Chinese spelling games, drawing or writing activities in the class. Download this pack for free.
jinkydabon
Happy Chinese New Year 2018 Poster

Happy Chinese New Year 2018 Poster

Celebrate the Chinese New Year 2018 with this poster. Once downloaded, it can be enlarged to an A3 size and made into a poster to decorate the language classroom and/or school. The colours used, red, apple green and sky blue, are specific to the Year of the Dog in the Feng Shui tradition. The dog’s bark (gou, gou) is the Chinese word for dog.
gbbrowny68
New Year - Reading Comprehension Worksheets (SAVE  70%)

New Year - Reading Comprehension Worksheets (SAVE 70%)

This bundle comprises of three different Reading Comprehension worksheets to introduce students to New Year’s traditions and festivities from around the globe. After carefully reading each text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False statements, crossword puzzles, gap filling exercises and word search puzzles. The worksheet can be completed as a fun activity in class or be assigned for homework, ideally before Christmas or New Year Day.
MariaPht
Festivals and Celebrations Bundle

Festivals and Celebrations Bundle

This bundle contains resources that introduce: Chinese New Year, Martisor, Holi, Diwali, Ramadan, Easter, New Year’s Eve, International Women’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Saint Patrick’s Day, Shrove Tuesday, Lent and Mardi Gras. These resources are useful in classroom and whole-school assembly settings, for students of any age. Simply show the presentations on your computer or smartboard and discuss!
cassieborodenko
Life in China Bundle

Life in China Bundle

China is a vast and fascinating country. These resources are intended to give your students a greater insight into life in China and learn more about Chinese customs and culture.
cassieborodenko
Spring Festival/ Chinese New Year

Spring Festival/ Chinese New Year

An in-depth resource that explains some of the customs and traditions surrounding the Spring Festival or Chinese New Year. Two traditional New Year tales are included in this resource - The Story of Nian the Monster (which explains the new year traditions of setting off fireworks and decorating houses with red) and The Great Race (a story about the Chinese zodiac.) The resource is packed with plenty of images and well-researched information. I'm sure you will enjoy using this resource with students of all ages. This PDF presentation could be shown on a computer or projected onto a whiteboard, as you read the stories and information on the slides and talk about the images with your students.
cassieborodenko
Chinese New Year - Reading Comprehension Worksheets (SAVE 60%)

Chinese New Year - Reading Comprehension Worksheets (SAVE 60%)

This bundle comprises of three different Reading Comprehension worksheets to introduce students to the Chinese New Year’s traditions and festivities. After carefully reading each text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False statements, a crossword puzzles, gap filling exercises and word search puzzles. The handouts also include some information about the Chinese Zodiac Signs. The worksheet can be completed as a fun activity in class or be assigned for homework.
MariaPht
The SPRING FESTIVAL  - Chinese New Year - Reading Comprehension

The SPRING FESTIVAL - Chinese New Year - Reading Comprehension

This Reading Comprehension worksheet introduces students to the Chinese Spring Festival. The text describes the major customs and traditions of the Festival and gives an insight into the fairs and festivals organized in China to celebrate the New Year. After carefully reading a text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False statement, a crossword and a word search based on information they get from the text. The handout also includes some information about the Chinese Zodiac Signs. This worksheet can be completed as a fun activity in class (for vocabulary building purposes) or be assigned for homework.
MariaPht
Introduction to Mandarin Chinese

Introduction to Mandarin Chinese

A series of 5 PowerPoint which can be used as an introduction to the language of Mandarin Chinese. Each PowerPoint covers a different area of the Mandarin Chinese language with clear guidance for both children and teacher in terms of pronunciation. Includes words spelled phonetically as a guide. Ideal to use as a part of school club. Initially used for a small group of children from year 3 to year 6 but can be adapted based on needs.
HollywoodR95
Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Months of the year

Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Months of the year

This is an activity designed for children in their first year of learning Mandarin Chinese. Writing activity 1: Write and repeat several times each month of the year in character form. They can also colour in the pictures. Writing activity 2: Children read the example when forming dates and then they try to write the dates themselves in the subsequent activity. They may need several more examples before attempting this activity independently. Reading comprehension: Children will need to have already mastered members of the family and learn to say where they live in Mandarin Chinese when correcting the incorrect information in this activity Wordsearch activity: Children look for the months of the year in English in the wordsearch and then cross out the corresponding month in the list in Chinese
KRIS240680
Mantis stalks cicada

Mantis stalks cicada

This video is a very good teaching resource either used as a tool to introduce Chinese idiom" The mantis stalks cicada"螳螂扑蝉,黄雀在后" and explore its profound cultural implications, or used as a component to introduce the concept of "food chain"食物链.
Victoria_zyq