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Chinese for Kids – Free PDF lesson “Hello! Good Morning!”

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Chinese For Kids: K1L1 “Hello! Good Morning!”

Looking for Chinese for kids resources? Well, then you’re in luck! Whether you’re learning mandarin for kindergarten, teaching Mandarin to pre-schoolers, or just wondering how to teach your child mandarin Chinese — we’ve got free Chinese lessons and resources for you!

This is TutorMandarin Kids 1 curriculum, appropriate for children age 7-11. This course comes after Kids Pinyin which is where we teach the Chinese alphabet for kids.

Enjoy the free PDF lesson here and sign up to get the downloadable version. However, if a PDF is not enough, signing up will also get your one free class with a professional tutor online. See if online Chinese learning is appropriate for your child with our gentle try before you buy approach! What’s better than learning with a private tutor though? C’mon, give it a shot!

Kids Chinese Lesson Vocabulary:

你 nǐ | pronoun

you

Example:

你好!
Nǐ hǎo!
Hello!

好 hǎo | adj

good

Example:

你好!
Nǐ hǎo!
Hello!

老师 lǎoshī  | n

teacher

Example:

老师好!
Lǎoshī hǎo!
Hello, teacher!

早 zǎo | phrase/adj 

good morning/early

Example:

早!
Zǎo!
Morning!

谢谢! xièxie | phrase

thank you

Example:

谢谢!
xièxie!
Thank you!

 

您 nín | pronoun

a respectful way of addressing “you” (to the elderly and superior or people of higher social status)

Example:

您好!
Nín hǎo!
Hello!

不客气! bú kèqi | phrase

you’re welcome

Example:

不客气!
Bú kèqi!
You’re welcome!

再见 zàijiàn | phrase

good-bye

Example:

再见!
zàijiàn!
Bye!

 

This is the PDF lesson for Kids

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Practice your kids to learn Chinese in daily conversation is a good way to enhance your speaking ability. Grab every chance to speak in Chinese if you are in China or other Chinese-speaking countries. Speaking to Chinese friends is also the most efficient way.

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