First Grade Chinese Foreign Language Worksheets and Printables

It’s never too early to expose children to new languages. These first grade Chinese worksheets provide a wonderful introduction to Chinese. Each of these worksheets teaches kids how to write and read the Chinese characters that represent common words, such as home, good, water, woman, big, and little. With fun illustrations and clear instructions, these first grade Chinese worksheets cover the basics and get kids excited about foreign language.
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Write Chinese Characters: 'Boat' Write Chinese Characters: "Boat" Is your child interested in learning Chinese?
Chinese Writing: 'Door' Chinese Writing: "Door" Learning how to write in Chinese is a fun way to spark your child's interest in foreign languages.
How to Write Chinese Characters: 'Fish' How to Write Chinese Characters: "Fish" Take a glimpse into the history of the Chinese language in this fun worksheet!
Learn Chinese Characters: 'Good' Learn Chinese Characters: "Good" Learn the Chinese character for "good" in this fun writing worksheet.
Writing Chinese Calligraphy: 'Home' Writing Chinese Calligraphy: "Home" This Chinese calligraphy worksheet brings together art and language.
Learning Chinese Characters: 'Life' Learning Chinese Characters: "Life" The Chinese character for "life" is a picture of a sprouting plant.
Write in Chinese: 'Vehicle' Write in Chinese: "Vehicle" The Chinese language thousands of years old, and uses pictographic characters, not an alphabet.
Writing Chinese Characters: 'Water' Writing Chinese Characters: "Water" Learn how to write Chinese calligraphy in this "water" worksheet.
Writing Chinese Characters: 'Woman' Writing Chinese Characters: "Woman" This fun Chinese character writing worksheet for "woman" will give your child the opportunity to explore her interest in language and make some art too!
Chinese Writing: 'Little' Chinese Writing: "Little" The Chinese writing system is made up of pictographs!
Write in Chinese: 'Me' Write in Chinese: "Me" Learn how to write in Chinese! The Chinese character for "me" is a picture of a person holding a halberd.
Chinese Writing: 'Big' Chinese Writing: "Big" Did you know Chinese is a pictographic language?
It’s never too early to expose children to new languages. These first grade Chinese worksheets provide a wonderful introduction to Chinese. Each of these worksheets teaches kids how to write and read the Chinese characters that represent common words, such as home, good, water, woman, big, and little. With fun illustrations and clear instructions, these first grade Chinese worksheets cover the basics and get kids excited about foreign language.