If you want to teach your kids Chinese, but don't speak it yourself, you've come to the right place. The resources I've chosen to compile here are a result of my experiences (as a mom and teacher) and the influences of my background in language development, literacy, and education. I hope that the ideas here will help you find creative ways to teach your children Chinese.
我有很多 (Wǒ yǒu hěn duō; I Have a Lot)- Here's the second book in the series. To locate other Mini-Books, click on the "Mini-Book" label on the right hand side of the web page.
The second Mini-Book is designed to reinforce the 有 . . . 也有. . . (yǒu. . . yě yǒu. . .; have . . . also have . . .) . practiced in the previous Mini-Book. It also introduces 多 (duō; many) and 少 (shǎo; a few) as well as continuing to expose the reader to everyday vocabulary such as fruits and animals.
This Mini-Book file is much smaller than the first, so if you had difficulty downloading the first you may be more successful with this one. Also when you print, print on both sides of the paper. Page 2 prints on the back of page 1, etc. Then stack the pages so that when they are folded along the center line, the page numbers proceed in numeric order.
我有很多- traditional characters with 注音符號 我有很多- simplified characters with 漢語拼音 (Hànyǔ Pīnyīn)