Part of the reason we developed our Chinese Fridge game app for kids was because we couldn’t find many suitable, fun games for children that could effectively teach kids Chinese. However, even though the resources are limited, we did find one guy who has some great game concepts on his website, which he built to
Two Nebraska schools plan to continue their Chinese lessons for kids for at least three more years, according to the Associated Press. Scottsbluff High School and Bluffs Middle School decided to renew their two-year-old program with the Confucius Institute and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Both schools offer a nine-week exploratory class, and the high school
A school district in Minnesota is expanding Chinese instruction at its schools, according to the Pioneer Press. The north-metro school district in White Bear Lake has expanded world-language classes in elementary schools for all grades, including Chinese lessons for kids. Lincoln and Vadnais Heights adopted Mandarin Chinese as the result of parent surveys and changes will take
Sweden recently made the decision to significantly upgrade Chinese to a higher status in it’s schools, planning to put it on par with French, German, and Spanish as a foreign language taught in classrooms, according to the Epoch Times. Neighboring Scandinavian countries Norway and Denmark also offer Chinese in some schools, but haven’t elevated its
Important note: We’ve learned that Adobe actually didn’t intend for everyone to download CS2 free of charge, but rather they decommissioned the activation server that checks the software license, but still wanted to give existing customers a way to reinstall their software if needed. Therefore technically this software is only intended for customers who purchased
Chinese Fridge is now on Twitter! Stop by our Twitter page and leave us a Tweet whenever you have time. We hope to make the most of Twitter by using it to engage our followers and users about all issues regarding our app, and also education technology and education as a broad topic. You’ll find
If you’re on social media these days, be sure to check out our official Facebook page. This page has a lot of great multimedia and is a fun way for all of our users and fans to connect with us and each other.
Making an app can be a tricky experience. Part of the purpose of this blog will be to document that experience, so other people can learn from it.
We’re happy to announce our new blog, which we will use to interact with our students and parents. Our aim is always to make the best possible game and learning experience for our users, so we also strongly encourage you to leave comments and interact with us here. We hope this will give us a