Xiè xiè dà jiā!
Thank you my students and teachers for working so hard for the Chinese new year celebrations!
Thank all the parents for your support and coming to our big day!
本月骑士 — 中文
Cavalier of The Month — Mandarin
- Kindergarten: 12 months days in a week weather number 1-10
- 1st & 2nd Grade: family Mandarin Classroom Expressions 1
- 3rd Grade: colors this is my school
- 4th Grade: what’s in my backpack what’s in the classroom Classroom Expressions
- 下雪了 It’s snowy
- 雪人 Snowman
- 滑雪橇 Sledding
- 下雨天 On a rainy day
- 恐龙 Dinosaur
- 在学校 At school
- 梦 Dreams
- 新家 New home
Moon Festival Story Script:
了解春节 Understand Chinese New Year
新年好 Have a good new year song
功夫表演 Kungfu Show
How old are you?
Song of the Months
jié rì kuài lè
He Laoshi cannot believe it is coming to the end of 2018. Hope you all had a wonderful year! Wish you have a even better 2019!
节日祝福 Holiday Greetings from Mandarin Students:
四年级 Fourth Grade:
二年级 Second Grade
一年级 First Grade
Christmas Songs in Mandarin:
We wish you a merry Christmas
Christmas Sharks song
Jingle Bells Mandarin ver.
Gān Ēn Jié Kuài Lè!
He Laoshi wishes that everyone will have a great Thanksgiving! Let’s say “xiè xie” to the people you love and express your gratitude in a different way!
How to say “Happy Thanksgiving” in Mandarin
wàn shèng jié
Learning a world language is not just about learning others’ cultures. We could use it to introduce our cultures to other groups. We learned about a fall festival in Chinese culture last month. Let’s teach Mandarin speakers how fun Halloween is!
Baby Shark Halloween ver. by Kindergarten & Mr. Young
Da guaiwu | Big monster song in Mandarin
Shayu Baobao Wan Sheng Jie | Baby Shark Halloween ver.
Shayu Baobao | Baby Shark in Mandarin
Nihao Ge | Hello Song in Mandarin
Shengmu Ge | Initials (Consonants) in Mandarin Song
Yunmu Ge | Finals (vowels) in Mandarin Song
Shengdiao Ge | Tones Song
(Zhōng qiū jié )
中秋节(Zhōng qiū jié) is the Mid-Autumn Festival. It is a traditional holiday celebrated in China and some other Asian countries. It is held on the 15th of August of the Chinese Agricultural/Farmer’s Calendar. It normally falls in Septembers or Octobers in the common calendar used in America. It is on September 24th this year.
It is also known as the Moon Festival because the moon is the brightest and roundest on this day. The brightest and roundest moon is a symbol of the family reunion. Family comes together to worship the moon, eat Moon Cakes and play with the lanterns on 中秋节(Zhōng qiū jié).
Let the 3rd and 4th graders in Mandarin teach you what 中秋节(Zhōng qiū jié) is about!
Welcome to the Mandarin World!
Huān yíng lái dào Zhōng Wén shì jiè ！
Hope you all had a wonderful summer!
He Laoshi (何老师), a.k.a Ms. Helena, welcomes everyone to the Mandarin classes for 2018-2019 school year! We had so much fun and learned a lot last year. Let’s continue our hard work! I welcome all new Mandarin students and I am very excited to see you explore in the Mandarin world!
Please check the Mandarin Classroom Norms and understand what you need to keep in mind here!
Great website to practice Pinyin: https://www.laits.utexas.edu/ppp/learning.php
Congratulations to students participated & placed in the 2018 Wisconsin Chinese Speech Contest!
Congratulations to students who successfully finished their Speech Projects! Congratulations to students recognized with Wisconsin Excellence in Chinese Language Learning Award!
- Line Dictionary: http://encn.linedict.com/#/encn/home
- Chinese Grammar Wiki: https://resources.allsetlearning.com/chinese/grammar/Main_Page
- Little Fox Chinese YouTube videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCipQJmg3yqouy6MRtPv_0Bg
- Chinese Buddy YouTube videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJdwm0ut_GzVT5VzzylqDQA