Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
In today’s society, knowing more than one language is a huge benefit. The following toys and tools are great for learning Chinese, and can be used by young children with great success. Here are some of the best Chinese education toys for bilinguals.
The series follow a panda named Little Pim who turns everyday activities into whimsical adventures that will delight and educate your child all at once. There are over 180 Chinese words packed into each themed episode.
These flippable magnets contain Chinese characters on one side and the English translation on the other side. Your child can learn simple vocabulary or put the different words together to form whole sentences.
This set of educational flash cards introduces your child to everyday phrases and words of the Chinese language. With over 60 flash cards, this set packs a lot of learning into such a small package. This product is intended for kids up to age 12 but is educational and entertaining for people well beyond that age.
Reading Rhymes and Learning Chinese
Little Pim Chinese => http://amzn.to/18Qdoxa
UDS English and Chinese Language Learning Toy => http://amzn.to/15n2LRG
Kids’ Magnetic Chinese Word Kit => http://amzn.to/17LxvbM
Uncle Goose Chinese Character Blocks => http://amzn.to/1b7zz3V
UDS Children Learning Toy Chinese Language Story Machine => http://amzn.to/1aiYTzr
Early Lingo Colors and Shapes at the Park DVD => http://amzn.to/15n3nXI
Tuttle More Chinese for Kids Flash Cards Simplifies Character Edition => http://amzn.to/19ybbSa
Chinese Made Easy for Kids Textbook => http://amzn.to/1aiZfG0
Reading Rhymes and Learning Chinese => http://amzn.to/1aiZnp4
Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.