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Chinese Treasure Chest

is an unprecedented collection

of ready to-use games, songs, craft projects, delightfully

illustrated student worksheets and teacher-directed

activities to help pre-school and elementary students

learn Chinese as a foreign language. It offers a wide

variety of activities of different difficulty levels to facilitate

differentiated instruction in mixed-ability classrooms and

across grade levels.

This second edition of

Chinese Treasure Chest


1 and 2 is a valuable resource that every Chinese teacher

can use to enhance your lessons. Our new and past users

will discover a treasure trove of fun, meaningful, content-

related lessons through which students can learn Chinese

and develop an appreciation for the Chinese culture.

This two-volume teaching resource contains over 700

ready-to-use games, songs, craft projects, attractively

illustrated worksheets, and teacher-directed activities

designed around themes in the elementary curriculum.

It is organized into 12 monthly sections to fit the school

year. Each section begins with teacher notes that state

the learning objectives and difficulty level of each activity,

and offer suggestions on how to implement an activity to

get the best results. Students learn the Chinese language

and culture through games, songs, crossword puzzles,

cut-outs, picture cards, TPR activities, role-play, chants

Chinese Treasure Chest

1 & 2

(2nd Edition)



and conversations. Also included are seasonal activities

to help students celebrate special events and holidays of

each month (e.g., Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day, and

Dragon Boat Festival).

Marisa Fang


, Chinese Language Teachers’ Association of Greater New York

Helen Jung


, Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District

Rosemary Firestein


, Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District

Some of the significant improvements in the second

edition of

Chinese Treasure Chest


Revised teacher notes that provide useful teaching strategies

and suggestions;

Exciting new activities, worksheets, songs and rhymes to

complement themost popular ones fromour original series,

such as adding a new song and a rhyme for the 12 zodiac

animals, activities on making food bowls and plates, and

including a times table for advanced learners;

Updated content to reflect current culture, such as replacing

the flip phone activitywith a smartphone, replacing YaoMing

with Jeremy Lin, adding Youyou Tu and updating Elaine Chao

to the lesson about famous Chinese women;

Additional ChineseNewYear worksheets, projects and songs

that your students will love;

New project samples of recent student work.

Cross references to contents inour upcomingVolumes 3 and

4 that will provide teachers with an abundance of additional

materials about related themes;

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