First Grade Foreign Language Chinese Worksheets


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  • Writing Chinese Characters: "Water"

    Learn how to write Chinese calligraphy in this "water" worksheet. Learning Chinese characters is a great way to inspire your child's foreign language interests!

  • Learning Chinese Characters: "Life"

    The Chinese character for "life" is a picture of a sprouting plant. Have your child try her hand at creating some beautiful Chinese calligraphy!

  • Write in Chinese: "Me"

    Learn how to write in Chinese! The Chinese character for "me" is a picture of a person holding a halberd. Chinese writing is great handwriting practice!

  • Chinese Writing: "Big"

    Did you know Chinese is a pictographic language? Chinese writing uses characters that evolved from ancient pictures! Learn how to write the character for "big"!

  • How to Write Chinese Characters: "Fish"

    Take a glimpse into the history of the Chinese language in this fun worksheet! The Chinese character for "fish" came from a pictograph thousands of years old!

  • Writing Chinese Calligraphy: "Home"

    This Chinese calligraphy worksheet brings together art and language. See how the Chinese character for "home" evolved from a picture of a pig under a roof!

  • Learn Chinese Characters: "Good"

    Learn the Chinese character for "good" in this fun writing worksheet. Seeing the character's history will make it easy to remember how to write in Chinese!

  • Chinese Writing: "Little"

    The Chinese writing system is made up of pictographs! The Chinese character for "little" is of three small portions. Chinese writing is great after-school fun!

  • Writing Chinese Characters: "Woman"

    This fun Chinese character writing worksheet for "woman" will give your child the opportunity to explore her interest in language and make some art too!

  • Write in Chinese: "Vehicle"

    The Chinese language thousands of years old, and uses pictographic characters, not an alphabet. Check out this writing worksheet and learn to write "vehicle."

  • Write Chinese Characters: "Boat"

    Is your child interested in learning Chinese? This easy step-by-step worksheet shows how the Chinese character for "boat" evolved from ancient drawings!

  • Chinese Writing: "Door"

    Learning how to write in Chinese is a fun way to spark your child's interest in foreign languages. Practice writing the elegant Chinese character for "door."