Start your child's Chinese language journey as early as possible with these simple yet effective stickers created by Mum Mondays.
The first 100 character stickers so popular, parents wanted more words! So Mum Mondays created stickers for the next 100 characters!
Build up words and create simple sentences using print-rich toy bricks with these professionally printed, and thoughtfully designed stickers.
These Chinese word stickers, are clear stickers designed to be stuck onto toy bricks so you can play and make learning Chinese interesting.
These are clear permanent stickers to retain a “no label” look as much as possible to keep the toy bricks attractive and fun.
Perfectly cut with rounded edges, these sit slightly smaller than the standard brick itself so they can be stuck on easily, with not much precision required from the parent or caregiver assembling them.
Though simple, these stickers were designed with a lot of thought by its creator Annie, a British-born Chinese, a mother, and the founder of Mum Mondays.
From font selection, to label sizing, to materials used, these stickers underwent quite a bit of testing before arriving at this final design to help you get the most out of your toy bricks in your family's language learning journey.
Note: These stickers stick on well and will leave residue if you need to remove them later.
Professionally printed in the UK
These stickers include characters for:
- Time of day
- Family members
- Nature/environment words
Now that I have these print-rich toy bricks, how do I use them?
1. Build sentences
Find books with simple sentences and copy them using the bricks
2. Listen & repeat
Say sentences and get your child to find the toy bricks that match you said
3. Make stories
Pop the bricks in a bag and shake them. Pick ones out randomly and encourage your child to use the selected toy bricks to tell a story.
4. Sort them
Ask your child to sort the bricks by colour, or subject (e.g. Numbers, Body)
5. Match them to pictures/photos/objects
Use the bricks alongside picture books or real-life objects, and match bricks to the pictures they see.
6. Scavenger hunt
Hide the words, and then get your child to find them (written or called out loud)
Need more ideas?
Follow @MumMondays to see how other parents are using them!
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