Dòng Wù Hù Zhào, Animal Passport)- I'm branching out a bit and trying something new. This is actually a project that I have wanted to do with my own kids (ages 5 and 7). It is a "passport" listing some
of the animals at the zoo. The book is designed to reinforce some of the animal names they already know
(but haven't learned to read yet) and to introduce some new words. It is not a teaching book; any learning the kids do will be a result of hearing the words over and over again as they are used while at the zoo.
Inside the book are 14 animals names and the corresponding animal stickers. As the kids travel through the zoo, the animal stickers can be placed next to the correct Chinese name.
Notes on Printing
- Printing a file makes 2 copies of a passport.
- The passport is simply much more cooler if the cover (first page) is printed in color on white card stock.
- When you print the animal stickers, print them on Avery Shipping Labels 48863. They can be found in the office section of large retailers.
- After printing the animal stickers, cut the stickers into sections of 2*2 pictures so that the sections fit the dimensions of the passport book and you can staple the stickers into the book.
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- traditional characters with 注音符號