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Rice Cakes & Mandarins

It’s August, so that can only mean back to school prep for teachers, homeschoolers, and parents. Some people are back to school already, and others are year-round homeschoolers. Whatever your schedule looks like, I hope your plans are going wonderfully… Continue Reading →

Basic Mandarin

It’s been a little while since we worked on our Mandarin Chinese, due to computer issues. With that in mind, we revised some basics today. (There seems a never ending list of to-do issues. You can tell it’s about time… Continue Reading →

Happy Chinese New Year’s Eve! I’ve spent the whole of January frustratingly searching for nice cards, so today I gave up and printed some lovely cardsĀ from Twinkl. (The symbol is fu “happiness”.) I also made my own ang paos (Mandarin:… Continue Reading →

Going Mandarin with Gus

Do you know which areĀ the top two most commonly spoken languages in the world? Did you study them at school? When I was at school, I studied French, German, Italian, and Latin. None of those languages are the most commonly… Continue Reading →

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