A lot? Too much? Very much? Or speechless?
The author of Guess How Much I Love You, Sam McBratney did an excellent job in responding to this question with the big nutbrown hare and the little nutbrown hare, it is a cute conversation showing their love towards one another.
Today, I am excited to share with you a new Chinese Literature-based unit (games, worksheets, coloring pages, etc.) for Guess How Much I Love You 猜猜我有多愛你/猜猜我有多爱你.
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Table of Contents
“This is a book which both parents and children adore and will be a book any adult will happily read over and over again at bedtime!”
– The Guardian
“Gorgeous watercolors illustrate this affectionate story. A perfect picture book”
– The Good Book Guide
*Quotes are from the official website of Guess How Much I Love You*
A Plot Summary
The book is a sweet conversation between the big and the little nutbrown hares. They express their love for one another by using analogies and trying to outdo each other. It’s a very simple, heartwarming story about love.
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Guess How Much I Love You is one of the best-known children’s books and has been a popular children’s book since 1994. Here are a few of the many accomplishments and awards for Sam and his book:
- Translated into 57 languages and sold over 47 million copies.
- The book was a 1996 ALA Notable Children’s Book.
- One of its “Teachers’ Top 100 Books for Children in 2007
- It has been adapted as a television cartoon show in the U.S 2010
Activities to Go-along
Guess How Much I Love You printable is perfect for Valentines’ Day, Mother’s Day, and Father’s Day.
- Aluminum Foil Moon Sensory Craft from Mommy’s Bundle
- Guess How Much I Love You Valentine’s Craft from Pondering Parenthood
- Guess How Much I Love You Printable and Meal Idea from Real Life at Home
- Guess How Much I Love You Flash Cards from Obseussed
- Lovely Valentine’s Day Books For Kids from Mommy Mafia
- To the Moon and Back Sensory Bottle from Tea in the Wild
Other Activities’ Ideas
- Story Time: Guess How Much I Love You from Lit Mama Homeschool
- Guess How Much I Love You | Valentine’s Day Book Activity from It’s A Mother Thing
- Guess How Much I Love You Movement Game from Inspiration Laboratories
Chinese Printable for Guess How Much I Love You
Today, I would like to share TWO Sets of Chinese printables to go with this book:
- Hands-on Activities
- Teach basic Chinese vocabulary opposite words through games, coloring pages, hands-on activities, and worksheets.
- For preschoolers: 2 weeks.
- For kindergartners and up: 1 week.
- Traditional Chinese
- Traditional Chinese with Jytuping (for learning Cantonese!)
- Traditional Chinese with Pinyin
- Traditional Chinese with Zhuyin
- Simplified Chinese
- Simplified Chinese with Pinyin
- English with Traditional Chinese
- English with Simplified Chinese
Guess How Much I Love You: Hands-On Activities
There are four games: Memory game, Happy Fishing, Retelling Story, and Collector Game with instructions in the printable.
By playing these games, children will learn and apply the basic Chinese vocabulary from the book.
Here are Some Photos of My Kids using them
Guess How Much I Love You: Worksheets
- Matching game 1&2 (opposite words) with 2 levels
- Cut & paste opposite words
- Do-a-Dot with 2 levels
- Coloring page by Chinese characters
Here are Some Photos of My Kids using them
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Working on the printables isn’t the only way to learn; there are many arts and crafts activities that you can do as well.
What are your kids’ favorite activities?
I hope you enjoyed reading this post and working with the printable.
If you have any suggestions for other Chinese books you would like to see featured in future literature-based study, please let me know in the comment section below or email me.
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