Games can be both an educational and entertaining method for kids to learn. There are many ways to ensure that the little ones enjoy themselves as they learn important Chinese skills.
There are many Chinese learning games online that kids of all ages can play. Online Learning Games for kids are a great way to build the skills that kids need to succeed in school. Kids can learn with multiplication flash cards, language puzzles, and more to make their learning experience rewarding and fun.
The first app I'd like introduce to you is Fun Chinese. It's language learning activities will engage and entertain children while immersing them in Mandarin Chinese, both spoken and written. Mandarin Chinese is the most popular variant of Chinese, having over one billion native speakers. It is spoken in mainland China, Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore. The Fun Chinese course is divided into lessons. Each lesson teaches core vocabulary and presents words in several contexts to assist learning and retention. They have professionally recorded voices using different tones and expressions so that learners can pick up on the subtleties of pronunciation. Each game is unique, meaning your child will enjoy playing, and learn more of the Mandarin Chinese language.
Another Chinese learning game has been created by the BBC; this game consists of two games, characters and tones. You can play them on the official website www.bbc.co.uk/languages/chinese/games/
Character games are about learning how to write Chinese characters. In the interactive character game you can learn how to write 60 commonly used characters, and there are plenty of resources available should you wish to learn more. Tones game helps you get a better insight into the Chinese language and learn about the tones.
There is another online Chinese learning portal Star Hunters. They have specially designed more than 200 interesting multimedia stories and integrated them into an exciting treasure hunting game. The key to mastering any language is by reading and understanding the use of it. There are over 200 full multimedia stories specially crafted for local primary school students, inculcating a strong interest in learning Chinese. While you are playing the game, prizes mark every milestone in your learning journey. Accumulate as many stars as possible, to collect prizes at the end of each month and when you level up.