Birthday party: Chinese [Flash Card] These birthday party flashcards depict a cake, food, balloons, games, a hat, a present, a card and a birthday song. Word cards accompany each of the pictures. Language of text: Chinese. CHI 394.2 LOT
My birthday This is the story of Ah Ming's birthday. The large black and white cartoon-like illustrations are scripted in simplified characters and pinyin. It is suggested that the Ah Ming series can be used for listening, speaking, oral reading/conversation and reading activities, such as matching pictures, matching characters, filling in blanks, answering questions, making characters with component parts, making sentences, etc. There is a Teacher's Handbook to go with both sets, which includes a planner for each unit and the reduction of each page in the course book. Language of text: Chinese and English. CHI 895.13 CHA
Birthday Party: Level 2 A short story about a birthday party. It is only 8 A5-size pages in length, containing up to 50 simplified characters in total. These very brief segments of text are accompanied by colourful, high quality pictures. The text has no pinyin or English, but inside the back cover of each reader is a chart of the characters used with pinyin, which could be enlarged and used as flashcards or for word games. Language of text: Chinese. CHI 895.13 REA
Clothes: Chinese [flashcard] A set of flashcards on clothes. Each card depicts an item of clothing and the word for the item is underneath the graphic. It includes: pyjamas, rain coat, scarf, trousers, boots, jeans, blouse, shirt, tie, jacket, hat, t-shirt, dress, coat, stockings, jumper, skirt, shoes, tracksuit, shorts, socks and swimming costume. Language of text: Chinese. CHI 391 LOT
Red eggs and dragon boats: celebrating Chinese festivals This is a book about favourite festivals celebrated by Chinese people throughout the world. There are stories, customs, and recipes for holiday treats. It includes information about long life noodles. Language of text: English. CHI 394.26951 STE
My Very First Chinese Cookbook Quick and easy recipes show how to make Chinese spring rolls and fried rice, as well as delicious desserts such as egg tarts and red bean soup. The fifteen recipes are clearly written, illustrated with step-by-step photography, and has the ingredients and utensils displayed on the same page. Language of text: English. CHI 641.5951 LEE
Teach me more... Chinese [text + audio CD ROM] Marie and her brother sing their way through the seasons of the year, celebrate birthdays and holidays, visit museums, Grandpa's farm and much more. Language of text: Chinese. CHI 782.42083 MAH
Diabolo [game] The diabolo originated in China where it is called "tjouk-pang-oul". It was introduced to English society by Lord McCartney, the ambassador to China in the late 18th century and it was an immediate success. The diabolo had another return to popularity when the French engineer Gustave Phillipe improved the design and gave the "flying cone" its present name of Diabolo. CHI 94.0951 DIA
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