Another year of Multicultural Children's Book Review! I'm thrilled to be able to join the Multicultural Children’s Book Day again in 2018. Let's jump in and see which book did we read this year.
Thanksgiving is approaching. Even though it is not a Chinese holiday, I love that it is a time for us to count our blessings and express gratitude. I also think it is a great opportunity to teach our kids about gratitude and how to say it in Chinese, so I'm going to share this free booklet with you. I hope you and your kids will enjoy it.
There has been a significant increase in the number of Chinese books sold by online bookstores with pinyin to help people who are learning Mandarin Chinese, but there are not as many similar books for people who are learning Cantonese Chinese. Today, I’m excited to introduce a book with Cantonese romanization that you can use to teach your kids Cantonese.
"I'm the only native speaker in my family, how can I teach my kids to learn my mother tongue?"
"We are living in a country that our native language is the minority, my kids are not interested in using our native language anymore."
"How can I keep my kids' interest in learning my native language?"
"I can only speak English, but my kid is in a Dual-immersion program in school. What can I do to support my kid?"
There are SO MANY questions, concerns, and fears about teaching our children a new language. I understand your feelings. As a second language learner, language lover, former Chinese teacher, and homeschooling mom, I would like to provide you with The 4 Most Effective Ways to Empower Target-Languages at Home