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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.
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Primary Mandarin: Numbers 1-10

Primary Mandarin: Numbers 1-10

These resources individually looks at each number in Chinese for numbers 1-10. Each booklet instructs the student how to write each number according to the stroke order and there are also colouring pages for child to colour in and numbers 2-10 reinforces previously learnt numbers. These resources are designed for Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2 {P1 - P3 in Northern Ireland} learners, however they can be used for Key Stage 2 {P4 - P7 in Northern Ireland} learners who are learning Mandarin for the very first time. Because Key Stage 1 learners are so very young, and due to Mandarin’s existing complexity, my advice is to introduce each number for each lesson. For example, one lesson, they complete workbook 1 and then the next lesson, complete workbook 2 and so on. Happy teaching and learning!
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Primary Mandarin: Numbers: 1-5

Primary Mandarin: Numbers: 1-5

These resources individually looks at each number in Chinese for numbers 1-5. Each booklet instructs the student how to write each number according to the stroke order and there are also colouring pages for child to colour in and numbers 2-5 reinforces previously learnt numbers. These resources are designed for Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2 {P1 - P3 in Northern Ireland} learners, however they can be used for Key Stage 2 {P4 - P7 in Northern Ireland} learners who are learning Mandarin for the very first time. Because Key Stage 1 learners are so very young, and due to Mandarin’s existing complexity, my advice is to introduce each number for each lesson. For example, one lesson, they complete workbook 1 and then the next lesson, complete workbook 2 and so on. Happy teaching and learning!
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Christmas Activity_Mandarin Chinese

Christmas Activity_Mandarin Chinese

Christmas Activity in the Mandarin Classroom 1. Dot-to-Dot worksheets: Students are to connect the numbers (in Chinese) and colour in the Santa or the Christmas Tree! 2. A presentation introducing relevant vocabulary and a Christmas song included.
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Colours Bingo - Bingo Les Couleurs - Bingo Lliwiau

Colours Bingo - Bingo Les Couleurs - Bingo Lliwiau

This fantastic resource can be used to reinforce the names of the colours in any language of your choice. I personally have used the resource in the teaching of more than one language, to huge success. The resource includes 20 different bingo sheets which can be laminated to be reused.
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Discover China - Printable Worksheet

Discover China - Printable Worksheet

This worksheet is a part of the Around the World series. Need some quick activities for your country theme? These are for you! The fun and engaging 6-pager worksheet introduces the student to a great variety of fun and educational exercises about China. Overview: Cut & Paste: Quick facts about China Reading Text: Brief introduction to China Feature reading: The Panda Think & Write: 5 Short Q&A Word Game: Word Search Play with me: Chinese Zodiacs Charades Exploration: Geography and conversation exercise Cultural exercise: Funny Fingers game Let's go and travel around the world! Key Words:Reading, writing, conversation and learning games, geography, China, china, Chinese, Mandarin, Asia, Capital, Beijing, Panda, Bamboo, Zodiac signs, exploration, fun finger gestures.
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