Chinese requires practice. And practice makes it perfect. Chinese Learning progresses from pinyin, character writing, sentence writing to creative writing. 6 types of notebooks can be used at each stage of the progression.
All four skills, listening, speaking, reading, and writing, need regular exercise. There are different sheets to practice, take notes, and keep track of all the learning.
1. Chinese Pinyin
Pinyin is a tool that makes learning Chinese character pronunciation easier. Just like learning the alphabet, it is necessary to practice remembering them by heart. This is especially true for young Chinese learners.
2. Chinese Characters Writing
Without question, we all know about the importance of writing Chinese characters. There are two types of practice sheets: Tianzi Ge and Mizi Ge. They both help Chinese learners to position the characters in the boxes and keep the layout and structure neat and beautiful.
2.1. Tianzi Ge
2.2. Mizi Ge
As you can see, both are perfect for Chinese character writing as characters can be easily put in the center of the grid while keeping the structure beautifully laid out. It’s personal preference which one to use in terms of deciding which one to go ahead with.
3. Pinyin Chinese Character Writing
This type of practice paper combines both pinyin and Chinese characters, helping students establish the connection between pinyin and characters. They are very useful for students, esp. beginners.
4. Draw and Write Chinese
This type of paper is great for kids to start writing simple Chinese with the aid of drawing.
One of the two versions can be used depending on the age and level of the young learner.
5. Chinese Sentence Writing
For students who have a good understanding of Chinese characters, but still need some help to keep the writing neat and beautiful, they can move to Chinese sentence writing using the Fangge grid workbook.
6. Creative Chinese Writing
Once a student knows how to write Chinese characters while keeping the structure right, s/he can write on any type of paper, lined, dotted, even blank.
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