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Do you want to write for this blog or have me guest blog for you?
Sure! I welcome any articles related to homeschooling, learning Chinese, raising bilingual children and activities for children. Please email your ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will reply as soon as I can.
Do you have any ideas or suggestions for this blog?
Yes, please! I would love to hear from you. Feel free to email me and tell me all about your ideas at email@example.com.
Would you like me to review your products or services?
I would love to do a review for you. I have three young children, so I’m interested in anything for that age in English, Chinese or both. Please send me the details of your product, including the product’s purpose, your logo, and any other important information you would like me to know, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What software do you use to create your printables?
I use Microsoft Publisher to make all of my printables. For my photos and clipart, I use Lightroom and Photoshop. When they’re ready to be uploaded to the blog, I convert the final version into a pdf file with Adobe Acrobat Pro.
Where do you find the clipart for printables?
I had a hard time finding good clipart, but now I get most of my clipart from my artist. I also buy some from TPT (Teachers Pay Teachers) or search for free clip art online.
Which language versions of the printables should I pick?
There are at least 5 language versions that I made for each printables. If you have no idea and confused which Chinese written and spoken form that will fit you, I have written a blog post about it. Click HERE to get more understanding of Cantonese vs. Mandarin, Traditional Chinese vs. Simplified Chinese.
How do you make six different versions (Both Chinese Characters, Pinyin & English} for the printables?
First of all, I know how to type in Traditional Chinese on a computer. Once I have the traditional characters, I use a Chinese character Converter to convert all the Traditional Chinese characters into Simplified Chinese, and for Pinyin I use a Pinyin Convertor. Converting the characters is what takes the most time when creating printables, but I think it’s important to do it.
What should I do if I don’t receive the products I purchased?
Don’t worry! If you send me an email right away, I will figure it out for you.
If I can’t print the freebies on your site, what should I do?
I will fix the problem if you let me know via email.
Again, if you can’t find the answer to your question, send me an email.
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