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Heart Messages for Valentine’s Day and Everyday

Valentine’s Day is a great reminder for us to show our appreciation and love to those around us. It’s also a great time to teach one to love oneself as well. I wanted to teach my girls self-love, appreciation and positivity. I was inspired to create these after seeing Spot of Sunshine and CHALK academy Valentine’s Day hearts. I could not find any in Cantonese so I decided to create my own. These heart messages are bilingual with Cantonese (jyutping option available) and English phrases, our family language. By having them written down I hope that it will normalize and make saying these phrases more natural in Cantonese. These positive affirmations and loving messages can be used and displayed all year round.

How to use these heart messages:

  • download and print on regular or colour paper or card stock
  • cut out each heart, 24 in total
  • give to child directly
  • use as wall decorations
  • create a garland to display messages

Vocabulary for Valentine’s Day (Cantonese | Jyutping | English)

  • 情人節 (cing4 jan4 zit3 | Valentine’s Day)
  • 情人節快樂 (cing4 jan4 zit3 faai3 lok6 | Happy Valentine’s Day)
  • 愛 (oi3 | love)
  • 我愛你 (ngo5 oi3 nei5 | I love you)
  • 鍾意 (zung1 ji3 | like)
  • 我鍾意你 (ngo5 zung1 ji3 nei5 | I like you)

    Download the Cantonese & English Heart Messages here. Available with and without jyutping.

    Also check out these Mandarin Heart Messages by these other amazing mom creators:

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    Maomi Stars: Kids Chinese Character Learning Game Review

    I first heard of Maomi Stars when they hosted a voice competition for a new game that they were building back in 2020. Kids all over the world, mine included, recorded several Chinese phrases in a chance to have their voice embedded inside this new mobile game. I am so excited to share how the game has developed and how fun it is to learn Chinese with Maomi Stars.

    Background info: Maomi Stars is a Chinese game geared towards international Chinese learners from ages 4 to 7. It tackles various components of language: character recognition, writing, listening and even speaking in a gamified format to engage children in learning their first 400 Chinese characters in a fun way.

    Short Review


    • English interface – great for non-natives or families who are unable to read Chinese characters
    • Learn Cantonese and/or Mandarin with traditional or simplified Chinese characters – also includes jyutping and pinyin
    • A fun game to review and retain Chinese characters
    • Multiple accounts for multiple children
    • Built in 20 minute time limit

    My Family’s Experience with Maomi Stars

    Many thanks to Maomi Stars for sponsoring this post. This review reflects my family’s honest opinions and experiences with Maomi Stars.

    Background Info: My girls are 4 and 6 years old at the time of the review. Their first language is English. They are learning Cantonese with traditional Chinese characters. I am leading and supporting their Chinese learning journey as a Cantonese learner who has been primarily a monolingual English speaker. Their father and my in laws are fluent native speakers who support their Cantonese language learning.

    Overseas Family User Friendly

    First of all, I absolutely LOVE that this app has an English interface! This is a big game changer for families who are not fluent readers. I have tried many Chinese apps, all of which have a Chinese interface, and have struggled just to sign up for an account because I can’t read Chinese. I have struggled for years, guessing and clicking randomly through other apps to figure out if an app is appropriate or not for my children. With Maomi Stars, there is no guess work. You can sign up and browse the app with ease. This game was designed for multi-lingual families who are overseas!

    Inclusive to Many Different Chinese Learning Families

    There is so much versatility in Maomi Stars.  It offers audio in Cantonese and Mandarin and characters in traditional Chinese and simplified Chinese. You can also have the game instructions in English. This gives families many options! Cantonese speakers could even use this app to learn how to read in Mandarin by selecting Cantonese as the audio for instructions and Mandarin as the audio for the characters. For my children, I have selected Cantonese as the language for characters and instructions. I also have made my own account with Cantonese as the language for the characters and English for the instructions. It gives me the opportunity to better support my kids who understand more Chinese than I do and allows them to continue in an immersion environment. If your child is just starting out with Chinese, the option to have English audio for instructions is definitely beneficial!

    If you select Cantonese as the language for instruction, the instructions are written down in spoken Cantonese instead of standard Chinese. This means that what the Wizard character is saying matches the written text. I especially like this feature as we can read and follow along. Please note, as of right now all the characters that are taught are standard written Chinese characters, no colloquial Cantonese characters are taught. If learning Cantonese characters is something that interests you, it is in the works! I look forward to learning Cantonese characters with my children when it releases.

    How the Game Works

    There are three parts to the Maomi Stars game to explore. The actual game is quite simple and the app is easy to navigate.

    • Rocks – learn characters and complete three mini activities to earn rewards for the Maomi kitties and stars to unlock new worlds
    • Worlds – review and test characters learned
    • Playroom – use your rewards to play with the Maomi kitties

    The bulk of the learning happens in the Rocks section. Characters are introduced one at a time. Each character is introduced with its pronunciation and an example of how to pair it with another character to make a word. Click on the ? icon to learn its definition. It comes with a cute image and the English definition. Click the 拼 icon to see the jyutping.

    Click the ? icon to get the character’s English definition.
    Click the 拼 to get the character’s jyutping (Cantonese pronunciation)

    Each character comes with three mini games to reinforce learning. It is listed in order of listen, write and speak. These games are designed to reinforce the characters that they are learning so that they can retain it.

    • Listen – Listen and select the correct character.
    • Write – Follow the footsteps of the mouse to learn the correct stroke order. Then do it independently.
    • Speak – Say the individual character correctly to pop germs. An example of a short phrase or word combination is given to help practice the word tones.
    Listen to the audio and select the correct character. Practice listening and recognizing the character.
    Follow the mouse’s footsteps to learn the character’s stroke order.

    I love that you do not have to complete the characters or the games in order. My girls are in control of what character they want to review and also how they want to do it. My 4 year old likes to change up the order that she completes the mini games. For the past couple of days, she has been skipping the Speak game due to illness. It is great that the game does not force her to complete all the games before moving on to the next character. She can come back to complete the character at any time. There are also parental controls to skip mastered characters or enable completed characters again that still need more review.

    Another feature that I truly enjoy is the Speak mini game. Rarely have I’ve seen a game that involves speech and it’s such an important part of language learning. The creators of Maomi Stars have been wonderful accepting feedback on this feature to perfect it so that all kids can succeed. In settings, you can select the sensitivity of the Speak and Write game. This feature is very encouraging as it can be challenging to get the correct tones and pronunciation for younger voices or new learners. I lowered the sensitivity for my 4 year old so that she is not discouraged while completing the Speak mini game.

    My Kids’ Favourite Part of the Game

    My 4 year old’s favourite part of the game is collecting the fun rewards for her kitty. She loves her collection of cakes that she has earned and adores seeing the Maomi kitties eat them. This gives her motivation to do more Chinese characters. Because of the voice competition, she is really fond of the Maomi kitties and enjoys hearing the voices of the other children when playing with them in the playroom.

    My 6 year old enjoys visiting the different worlds in Maomi Land. Even though she has learned most of the characters, she still enjoys completing the games. It is a good review time for her and also gives her a chance to focus on writing as we have primarily only focused on reading with her.


    When you sign up for Maomi Stars, you will be automatically enrolled into the Maomi 2021 Curriculum which has the 335 most common words for preschool to primary 1 children. The characters include many of the characters that are taught in Sage Books, Odonata and 四五快讀 (4, 5, Quick Read). The characters are divided into 17 themes such as numbers, people, calendar, nature, school, and transport. Some examples are listed below.


    They have more curriculums available such as Simple Strokes Collection, Zhuyin Collection, Maomi Books Vocabulary, and 歡樂伙伴 Companion Word List that can be changed in the settings.

    For a complete list of characters, visit the links below. There are word cards for the characters that include a little picture, audio and jyutping (Cantonese) or pinyin (Mandarin). These would be good for quick review.

    20 Minute Time Limit

    I like that there is a time limit built into the game so that I don’t need to have a separate timer for the children. 20 minutes is good amount of time to review characters while playing Maomi Stars. In 20 minutes, my children usually can complete all the mini games for 5 characters as well as play in the playroom or complete one World game. I wouldn’t want them to practice more than 5 characters at a time, as I feel they wouldn’t retain the characters if reviewing so many at one time. 20 minutes is the perfect amount of time for my 4 and 6 year old. If your child needs more time, you can always override it by answering a math question.

    Multiple Accounts

    Multiple accounts are available at the Gold Plus tier membership. This is great for families with more than one child. Each child can progress at their own level and rate. There are no fights on who gets to do which character and they have their own rewards saved up for kitty play in the playroom. I haven’t had to use this feature, but kids can even have passwords on their own accounts if they fear that their sibling would use up their rewards. I think this is hilarious and so well thought out. There are definitely siblings who would do that to each other.


    Like many apps and tech devices, there are always chance for improvement. I have been using Maomi Stars as a form of review for characters that my children are learning through Sage Books, Little Bean Cantonese and regular reading routines. On it’s own, it does not teach reading comprehension. It is best paired with a curriculum or regular reading routines. I would love to see examples of characters used in a sentence to build reading comprehension.

    Conclusion – Final Thoughts and Who is Maomi Stars For

    My kids and I have really enjoyed Maomi Stars. It’s a fun way to review characters and learn how to write characters. This game is for international families, especially for Canadian-born parents like myself who have never learned how to read Chinese characters. I love that I can navigate the app with ease in English and that there are so many options available for learning. My family is very flexible in terms of Chinese learning, and I like that I have the option to change to simplified characters and Mandarin if the time comes around.

    Maomi Stars would work great for families as a supplement to other curriculums such as Sage, Odonata or 四五快讀. It’s also a great introduction to characters if your child is just starting to learn how to recognize characters or write characters. Maomi Stars would also work well for a family that has access to Chinese books and can read regularly to boost character recognition. The games help with character recognition and writing but does not necessarily teach reading comprehension as the focus is on characters. Reading regularly along with the game will help improve comprehension and character recognition. If your family goal is to read or write in Chinese, this game can definitely be helpful in achieving it in a fun way.

    Download Maomi Stars to try your first 40 characters for free. If you want full access to the app, they have three subscription plans available: Silver tier at $7.99USD/month, Gold tier at $8.99/month and Gold Plus tier at $14.99/month. Higher level tiers offer more benefits and access to the game.

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    Mid Autumn Festival

    Mid Autumn Festival is coming up this weekend, September 10 2022. It’s a time to gather with friends and family and enjoy delicious foods like mooncake while gazing at the moon. Here’s a few books, songs and activities that you can do with the kids this year.

    Mid Autumn Festival Books

    A Big Mooncake for Little Star (小星的大月餅) by Grace Lin

    ISBN: 9789865535193

    A story about a little girl who sneaks a bite every night of her mooncake. This book is available in Chinese and English.

    English version: Kozzi, Amazon; Chinese version: Kozzi

    Cantonese read aloud: 采姐姐的故事王國 Lillian’s Story Kingdom

    Mooncakes by Loretta Seto

    ISBN 1459814312

    This book features a family celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival while telling three of the festival tales. This book is in English.

    Buy it here: Kozzi, Amazon

    English read aloud: The Dream Big Bookshelf

    Peppa and the Moon Festival

    ISBN 9780241369067

    Peppa and her friends celebrate the Moon Festival with lanterns and mooncakes.

    Buy it here: Taobao

    幸福月餅店 by 鄭宗弦

    ISBN 9789578602731

    A family own bakery shows us how to make mooncakes for Mid Autumn Festival.

    Buy it here: Kozzi

    Cantonese read aloud: Cantonese Mommy, Michigan Cantonese Storytime

    14隻老鼠賞月 by 岩村和朗

    ISBN 9787544812351

    This mice family builds a moon lookout in a tree. When the moon arrives they eat delicious food and thank the moon.

    Cantonese read aloud: Cantonese Mommy

    Other Mid-Autumn Festival Books

    Bitty Bao Mid-Autumn Festival, Mooncakes, and Our Moon. [bilingual board books with pinyin, zhuyin, traditional Chinese characters; available on Bitty Bao and Little Kozzi]

    Mid-Autumn Pop Up Book – 中秋節 and 團圓中秋節.

    Thanking the Moon: Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival [an English book about Mid-Autumn Festival, by Grace Lin; available on Little Kozzi and Amazon]

    Mid Autumn Festival Songs

    望望月光 食食月餅 by Eveline (Rhythm N Rhyme) and Dorothy (Locy Lee Learning)

    月餅歌 by 嘉芙姐姐

    中秋佳節 by 嘉芙姐姐

    中秋歌 by Sunshine Nursery Rhyme

    點點燈籠 by Bettina Wan (曉樂兒歌 HealingVoices Music)

    Mid Autumn Festival Activities

    If you are looking for a one stop shop for activities, try out my Mid-Autumn Activity Book, available on Little Kozzi. There are flashcards to learn related vocabulary, colouring pages with stroke order characters, activities, and crafts to learn about the different traditions in an interactive, hands-on way. This activity book is bilingual and includes English and traditional Chinese characters on each page. Flashcards include jyutping (Cantonese pronunciation) and a vocabulary list that includes jyutping is included if you cannot read Chinese. Templates for all the crafts are also included. An art tutorial to draw lanterns is also included, hosted by Cherry 老師 from Children’s Cues in Cantonese. Purchase here: Mid-Autumn Activity Book

    Another fun activity to do with the little ones is make mooncakes together. You can bake them or you can make them with playdough. You can purchase mooncake molds at your local Asian market or you can try Amazon. If you cannot get molds, Kumara Squad (@kyl.scrapbook) has shared a fun ecofriendly way to make them using recyclable materials. You can watch it here on her IG account, @kyl.scrapbook Playdough Mooncakes.

    Lanterns is also another fun must activity for Mid-Autumn Festival. Check out these fun ideas here by Spot of Sunshine, and TVB Hands Up (Cantonese Video).

    Here are also another FREE downloads that I created for Mid Autumn Festival.

    Mooncake puzzles – Have fun matching mooncake puzzle pieces to form a full mooncake and match the correct words together.

    Peppa Pig lantern – Print this template to make your own Peppa Pig or George lantern.

    Felt mooncake pattern – Print this template and sew your own felt toy mooncakes.

    Mid Autumn Festivals Videos

    Follow Kala EE to a bakery to make mooncake for her favourite Mirror members while learning vocabulary. Follow Kala EE to shop to learn about lanterns and make them together while learning vocabulary (traditional Chinese characters and English translations). Toddlers to school age children will enjoy Kala EE fun and positive personality.

    Learn 5 Mid-Autumn Festival vocabulary while also learning about the festival with Uncle Calvin. Great for toddlers and preschoolers. Jyutping included. Turn on subtitles for English.

    TVB Hands Up has a fun skit featuring lantern riddles and toy lanterns.

    Sunshine Nursery Rhyme teaches us about the tales and customs of Mid-Autumn Festival.

    Learn about different vocabulary that contain the word moon 月 and also a little about the tales of Mid Autumn Festival.

    Twinklebots Cantonese teaches us Mid-Autumn Festival vocabulary, Jyutping included.

    Mid Autumn Festival Toys

    Bitty Bao: 13-Piece Magnetic Wooden Mooncake Toy Set [Bitty Bao, Little Kozzi]

    My Heart Felt Toys Felt Mooncake [My Heart Felt Toys]

    Baby Snack Time Mid Autumn Moon Festival Wooden Tea Pretend Play Set [Baby Snack Time]

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    Cantonese for Kids | Virtual Class

    Little Explorers Cantonese is an online Cantonese class for children that gives family the control to schedule lessons on their own time with our on demand Cantonese videos. It is run by dedicated Cantonese educators. We create our own lessons and music while featuring many independent authors and publishers.

    This is a post I should have written months ago, but here it is now. Better late than never. I would like to take the time to introduce the Cantonese online program that I am running alongside Eveline, Cherry and Dorothy.

    If you follow any of us on our social medias, you might have noticed that we have been working together to create an on demand virtual Cantonese program for kids after our success of our Summer Cantonese Program last year. We went all out to make a cohesive brand by creating a new brand name, logo, social media accounts and a website for our program. Shout out to the families who participated in our logo contest. It really helped us bring our brand together.

    Why an on demand Cantonese class for children? We understand the busy life style as families. An on demand online program gives you control of your learning. Families can schedule these lessons at the time that suits their child. You could do these lessons during meal times or perhaps you have an early riser and you would like to provide educational content to give yourself some extra time to wake up. You are in control and you don’t need to worry about scheduling, different time zones, being late or other commitments. You can learn Cantonese on your own time.

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    I’m not fluent. Why a Cantonese immersion program? With on demand, you can stop, pause, and rewind at any time. Missed something and want to hear it again? Just do it! Because you have life time access to these programs, you can repeat the lessons or parts of the lesson as many times as you like. Repetition is good for fluency and understanding.

    If you have little ones whose first language is not Chinese, you will be surprised at how fast they can pick up a language. The prime time to learn a language is between 0 to 6. Their brains can absorb the language with lots of exposure. Babies are not born with language. They are born with the ability to learn any language. They can learn with full immersion. Trust them. My own children did not start learning Cantonese at birth. When we finally started, they were put in an environment that was only Cantonese and they were able to pick up the language without the need for any English translations. It can be intimidating and you can go at the pace that suits your family. You might want to break up our lessons into sections to complete at separate times. How you decided to complete the lessons is up to you. There is no right or wrong way!

    What is our program like? Every lessons follows a set structure. No surprises. Children strive on routine and consistency so we have set up the lessons to follow a format to bring your child comfort.

    For our younger audience, we have conveniently set up vocabulary, song and lesson at the beginning. They can stop the lesson after the story. For our other children, we follow up with an activity and writing. Younger children may need help with the activity and writing if their fine motor skills are still developing. Feel free to help them out.

    Our writing sheets come in two different levels and are inviting for all. We start off with tracing and finding the missing strokes before attempting to write the character. We hope that your child can also become confident reader and writers in the future.

    Cherry’s Cantonese art class are calming for both child and parents. We highly recommend doing these classes with your child. Cherry goes through the art process while also engaging in light conversation that parents and children can enjoy together.

    How to get the most of our program?

    • Consistency is key! Choose a set day and time to complete these lessons and commit to them every week.
    • Be prepared. Have printouts and materials ready at the start of the lesson. If you are staying just for the songs and stories, all you need is an open and focused mind. If you are doing the activities and writing, come with pencils, colouring supplies, scissors and glue.
    • Participate in your child’s learning. You can do the activities with your child or talk about what they saw, learned or noticed in the lessons. Find connections from the lessons to their daily lives. Let them know you are interested in their learning.
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    Language learning will not occur overnight and on its own. It does take effort and commitment. We are here to help you though to provide you lessons and tips to make the experience easier. For more information and to register check us out:

    If you have any questions you can send them to us through email or find us on our social media @littleexplorerscanto on Facebook and Instagram.

    As always, thank you so much for your ongoing support to our program and to the content I post here. You are truly amazing for taking on this language learning journey!


    Cantonese Online Class for Kids:

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    Books with Jyutping

    I love books with jyutping! It is inclusive to families who are learning to speak or read in Cantonese. Cantonese is a very hard language, a consistent pronunciation guide is helpful for us learners to learn together, communicate with each other and look up unfamiliar words. If you are new to jyutping, it is a romanization system for Cantonese developed by the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong. Jyutping and Yale are the most common Cantonese romanization. However, I have found jyutping is more accessible than yale. To learn more about jyutping, you can watch the following videos on YouTube: jyutping introduction and Cantonese tones.

    I am thrilled to see many Cantonese resources available now. The community has really thrived in the last couple of years. Below I will share some books that have jyutping that you might want to add to your home library.

    If you are looking for more Cantonese content with Jyutping, make sure to check out my shop and printables for more fun activities.

    Quick Links

    Board Books

    Duck Duck Books

    • I Am Me! 我就係我自己!
    • All Puppies Are Good Puppies 所有嘅狗仔都係乖狗仔
    • I Love You More 我最愛嘅人就係你

    Available in many countries. Full list here.

    Bitty Bao, Lulu Cheng & Lacey Benard

    • Counting with Dim Sum
    • The Colors of Snow Ice
    • Everyday Heroes
    • Celebrating Chinese New Year – a book about family
    • Lucky Lunar Animals – a book of animals
    • Dragon Boat Festival – a book of shapes
    • Boba Emotions – a book of emotions
    • Foodie Detectives – a book of clues
    • It’s Hot Pot Time!

    Also available at Little Kozzi, Summit Kids, De Ziremi 禧西利米 and more.

    Jojo Adventure Books, Emily Shan

    • Jojo Goes to the Aquarium 祖兒去水族館
    • Jojo Goes Berry Picking 祖兒去摘莓
    • Jojo Goes to the Zoo 祖兒去動物園

    Kebi Books, Nathan

    • A Magical Book of Numbers*

    Also available at Little Kozzi, De Ziremi 禧西利米 and more.

    * The physical book features Mandarin text and pinyin. With the augmented reality (AR) app, the book can display Cantonese text, jyutping and Cantonese audio.

    Cantonese Stories written in Conversational Cantonese

    These books are written in conversational Cantonese. You will see words such as 嘅 instead of 的 and 係 instead of 是.

    Little Canto Learning, Farina Leong

    • My Troublesome Little Sister 我的麻煩妹妹
    • My Grandma 我的嫲嫲, 我的婆婆

    Available at Amazon.

    Mooliprint, Ann Hamilton

    • Goldilocks and the Three Bears 高蒂樂絲與三隻小熊
    • The Three Little Pigs 三隻小豬
    • Oh No, Monty! 唔好呀,Monty!
    • Rapunzel 長髮姑娘

    Also available at Amazon.

    Lele and Monkey, Tiffany Kwan

    • Lele Goes Out to Play 樂樂出去玩
    • Monkey’s Great Adventure 馬騮仔的大冒險

    Also available at Little Kozzi, De Ziremi 禧西利米 and more.

    Lychee Press, Katrina Liu

    • Mina Goes to the Beach 米娜去沙灘
    • A Colorful World 彩色世界
    • I Found It 我搵到喇
    • I Love My Grandpa 我愛我嘅公公

    Also available at Amazon.

    Cue Education, Kapo Szeto

    • Let’s Have Dim Sum 齊齊食點心 
    • Happy Chinese New Year!​ 新年快樂!
    • Chinese Bakery 中式餅店 
    • Travel the World with Me​ 陪我環遊世界
    • My Daily Routine​ 我的日常生活
    • Who’s in the Forest? 誰在森林裡?
    • Eating Utensils 餐具
    • The Way I Feel 我的心情
    • The Everchanging Weather 多變的天氣
    • Dressing Warm for Winter 溫溫暖暖過冬天

    Cat Like Studio Books, Deborah Lau

    • Today is my Birthday! 今日係我生日啊
    • Cycling in Spring 春天踩單車

    Available at Amazon.

    Jok Sing Jai, Samantha Chan

    • I’m Too Loud! 我太嘈啦!

    Available at Amazon.

    Annie Mau

    Also available at Little Kozzi and more.


    • Full Collection of 40 books, hard copy
    • Also has free resources on their website and YouTube channel

    Also available at Little Kozzi and more.

    Cantonese Stories Written in Standard Chinese

    These books are written in the standard Chinese written form.

    Jok Sing Jai, Samantha Chan

    • Who’s Not Sharing? 誰不是在分享?
    • I Love My Daddy 我愛爸爸
    • Because My Mommy Loves Me 因為我的媽媽愛我
    • Who’s The Winner? 誰勝出了?
    • What Fruit Am I? 我是什麼水果?
    • Chinese New Year Greetings For Jok Sings
    • Lucky Red Mittens 幸運紅手套

    Available at Amazon.

    Super Speak Juniors, M Kan & H Wang

    • Chinese Legends

    Available at Amazon.

    Vocabulary Books

    Little Canto Learning, Farina Leong

    • My First Words in Chinese
    • Animals 動物
    • Daily Vocab
    • Food and Drink 食物和飲品
    • My House 我的屋

    Available at Amazon.

    Green Cow Books, Karen Yee

    • My First Everyday Words
    • My First Animals
    • My First Colors
    • My First Book of Things that Go
    • Goh Goh and Dai Dai’s
    • Big Day with Elephant

    Also available at Little Kozzi, De Ziremi 禧西利米 and more.

    Level Readers

    Little Bean Cantonese, Sophie & Nanz

    • 小豆釘, 40 issues available

    Only available at Little Bean Cantonese’s Patreon page. Only introduction of characters includes jyutping. Rest of the text does not include jyutping.


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    Also available at Little Kozzi

    Nursery Rhymes

    • Classic Cantonese Nursery Rhymes (with Jyutping) • 廣府童謠氹氹轉(彩圖粵語注音版)
    • Cantonese Tang Poetry (with Jyutping) • 粵韻唐詩(彩圖粵語注音版)
    • Cantonese Song Poetry (with Jyutping) • 粵韻宋詞(彩圖粵語注音版)

    Also available at Little Kozzi.

    Learn to Speak Cantonese

    Inspirlang, Jade Wu

    • Learn to Speak Cantonese I
    • Learn to Speak Cantonese 2

    Also available at Amazon.

    Mooliprint, Ann Hamilton

    • Every Day Cantonese for Parents

    Also available at Amazon.

    Cantonese for Everyone 大家嘅廣東話, Chow Bun Ching

    I have 2 in stock for GTA, Ontario pick up.

    Bilingual Activity Books

    Sweet Note Learning, Pauline

    If you are looking for more Cantonese content with Jyutping, make sure to check out my shop and printables for more fun activities.