How to teach a child to read Chinese (when you can’t speak it yourself)

How I taught my eldest daughter to read 1300+ Chinese characters within 6 months, as non-Chinese speaking parents.

Surviving P1 Chinese for the clueless parent

Learning Chinese at primary school level as a mother tongue is not the same as in pre-school. It quickly goes from being a fun and immersive approach, into an academic structure – but there are some very simple ways which we found to help stay on top of this.

Reading Pen Review: eTutor Education Star

The eTutor pen can read popular children’s Chinese magazines and fortnightly publications which many Singaporean primary schools subscribe to, such as 好朋友 (Hao Peng You), 知识报 (Zhi Shi Bao), 知识画报 (Zhi Shi Hua Bao), 新朋友 (New Friends), 新天地 (New World) and 新列车 (New Express), etc. For us, this was the main reason we bought the pen.