This dictionary can be used in several different ways!
Students can make entries of new vocabulary taught in class, words they see in books that they don't understand, words they learn on their own, the possibilities are endless.
Here's how I use
Five Chinese Math Problems:2 digit subtraction
-Uses Chinese characters from Mandarin Matrix books, language that most students should understand, in addition to a few unknown vocabulary words
-This worksheet may be best best done guided by the
A daily warmup that reviews:
-Practice writing your name, today's date (year, month, date), day of the week, and number of days at school
-Math: writing a 3 digit number in word form and expanded form
-Chinese: unscramble the sentences using vocal
Teaches the following math principles:
-Addition doubles facts
-Noticing patterns in single-digit addition
-Discovering that single-digit addition can be done with either digit first and will result in the same addend
-Four single-digit numbers
Thirteen A4 sized posters to decorate your Chinese classroom with to help your students remember how to write and read Chinese color names.
I printed mine on white cardstock, cut out the shapes of the balloons and laminated them before stapling
Thirteen A4 color posters to teach students how to read and write 13 colors. There is no pinyin on this version, so it is even more suitable for the younger grades that have not learned pinyin in a Chinese Immersion classroom (K, 1st and 2nd).