Chinese Vocab Books 中文生字書

There are many ways to increase your children’s vocabulary, e.g. flashcards, vocab cards, and vocab chins. My children’s really enjoy using my small, colorful vocab books. They love these small, light vocab books because the size makes it easier for them to get the books from the bookshelf themselves and read wherever they want. They also love the cute, brightly colored images in the books that help them successfully recognize Chinese words. This makes the whole learning process much easier and more enjoyable.


Here is the sample of SUMMER Theme Vocab Book 1:


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How to Assemble to Books

  1. Print the books on 8.5 X 11 paper using the double-sided setting.
  2. Fold the paper in half top-to-bottom (Hamburger fold) and cut along the fold.
  3. Fold in half again and assemble book according to the page number.
  4. Using a long-arm stapler, staple on the crease. If you don’t have a long-arm stapler, then you can try the method in this video: Stapling a Booklet




 summer-vcaob-book    school-vcaob-book    family-vocab

 manners-vocab-book    mid-autumn-vocab-book    halloween-vocab-book

christmas-vocab-book    cny-vocab-book    spring-vocab-book

easter-vocab-book    dragon-boat-vocab-book

Don’t forget to download our Pre-K/Kindergarten Packs & Chinese Mini-Books as well.



6 thoughts on “Chinese Vocab Books 中文生字書

    1. Amy, Thanks for telling it. Sometimes it’s hard for me to catch all of them at once. I just fixed that, please go check.

  1. Are there packs that has an english to cantonese translated materials.. I need one to help me teach a younger sister.

    1. Hi Gemalyn, all of my Chinese Vocab and Mini-books are in both Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, both Chinese with pinyin, and English only. If you would like to have both English and Chinese, I would suggest you download both English version, and a Chinese version (I’m not sure if you would prefer traditional or simplified). For right now, I only decided to make them with Pinyin only (Sorry about that). But the good news is, I have been putting up audios (both Cantonese and Mandarin) for both the Christmas and Chinese New Year theme. I will finish up the rest when I have time as well. So at least, you can listen to those audios with your younger sister for right now. Hope it will help. Thanks.

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