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. http://littleexplorerscanto.teachable.com This is a post I … Continue reading Cantonese for Kids | Virtual Class
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 … Continue reading Books with Jyutping
There are many translation pens out there. Many of which can only read Chinese characters in Mandarin. I was very excited to hear about this pen and how it can translate to Cantonese. Read below for my review of the pen. Please note, this is my personal experience with the pen and with the Cantonese … Continue reading VisionKids Translation Pen Review
We did it! 🥳 Last month big sister and I finished Sagebooks Basic Chinese 500! It has been an amazing journey (2.5 years) learning to read Chinese together. I am not literate in Chinese and I am not a native speaker. There were definitely many challenges along the way. I wanted to just share a few things … Continue reading I taught my daughter 500+ Chinese characters!
Music is a great way to learn a language. Pair it with actions, and the words and songs are more likely to get stuck in your head. Think "Baby Shark". Below is a list of YouTube videos for songs that encourage movement. It's also good exercise for the little ones. Enjoy! TVB Hands Up Music … Continue reading Cantonese Songs to Get Your Kids Moving