Games

Free Chinese Emotions Vocabulary Game - Spaceman how do you feel?

Description: Practise your Chinese vocabulary around emotions in your school. How are the spacemen, aliens and robots feeling?  Are they sad, happy, hungry, or excited?  

In level 1, look at the character with the empty speech bubble and select the correct answer from the 4 choices below (in pinyin/Chinese characters).

Free Game: Learn Chinese Numbers - calculator style!

Description:

Hear a number in Chinese and type out the number in Chinese characters on the school calculator. Counting in Chinese in to the thousands as a child is easy! If you get stuck, press ‘help’ once to reveal the English number.  Get stuck again, press ‘help’ again to reveal the Chinese character (which matches the numbers on the calculator!). Be warned though, pressing ‘help’ will mean that you get fewer points. Useful when getting a bus or when paying for something.

Free Game - Chinese Snap!

A really fun twist on the old ‘Snap’ card game.

 

Game 1:  Simple – when you see the same 2 cards press ‘Snap’.  Make sure you listen and remember the Chinese words that go with each card – you will need them for the next level!

 

Free Chinese Game Book: Greetings

Description:

Children learn some useful conversations that you may have with your friends from all over the world.

First of all ‘read the book’ this beautifully illustrated book to hear and see all the conversations in full.

Free Chinese Game: Ecohouse

Come into the new Eco-friendly house.  Learn about the different rooms of the house and some common things and people that you find in the home. 

In level 1, listen and see the word in Chinese (character and pinyin) and find and click on the correct item in the house.

FREE KS2 Mandarin Chinese Scheme of Work Lesson Plans - Unit 2: Games and Songs

Before looking at this unit or any other unit of this Scheme of Work, you are advised to read the teachers notes about the Scheme of Work that can be found HERE

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