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Free Summer Online Chinese Learning Resource For Kids in Immersion Classes

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A great, free resource to help kids learn and practice Chinese is available this summer — perfect for immersion students.

The website features online Chinese learning study materials for first grade through fourth grade, and is made free to the public by the Utah Chinese Dual Language Immersion STARTALK 2013 Summer website. Shout out to miparentscouncil.org for helping spread the word.

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Chinese School: A List of Chinese Immersion Schools Across the Country

Chinese School Homework

If you’re looking for a Chinese school for your student to attend, you may want to check out an invaluable list of Chinese immersion schools we discovered recently. In fact, your search for a Chinese school may be over when you see the this list of Chinese immersion schools, published online by the Mandarin Immersion Parents Council on May 21, 2013, but last updated August 7, 2012.

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Chinese for Kids: 10 Easy Ways to Learn Chinese

Chinese song for kids: Xiao bai tu

When it comes to Chinese for kids, parents are always looking for resources. Learning Chinese can be challenging for kids, and finding good, quality learning materials can be even more of a challenge. With that in mind, we’re always trying to make learning Chinese for kids as simple and accessible as possible. To help you in your quest to learn Chinese, here are ten quick ideas you can use to regularly improve your student’s Chinese:

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Free Learning Games for Kids Online

We recently discovered a useful website that features more than 272 educational games that are available online called Spree Games.

The games we tested out were all free to play online, and can be browsed by subject covering everything from Foreign Language (although nothing for learning Chinese as far as we can tell) to English, Science, Math, and much more.

The site is geared towards K-12 students, and also allows you to view games by age level and create lists of games by logging in and saving customized preferences.

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Find Chinese Fridge on Pinterest!

Chinese Fridge on Pinterest

You can now find Chinese Fridge on Pinterest! In addition to pinning updates and previews of our own Chinese game app, we’ll be pinning and repinning other useful Chinese learning resources on Pinterest.

If you’re on Pinterest too, check us out and help us spread the word about Chinese Fridge by pinning our images! Give us a follow and we’ll follow you back.

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Chinese Games for Kids Online

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 provide Chinese lessons for his kids.game

It looks like he built the website several years ago, because the design and game play appear to be quite dated, but even so, we’re very impressed and by his dedication and passion for Chinese to build these games.

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