Chinese for Kids: 11 Halloween Printable Chinese Play and Learn

In this Chinese for kids series post we are sharing Chinese Teaching Resources for Halloween.

When children are learning Chinese and Chinese culture every festival and culture holiday celebrated in the community that you live in are a good opportunity to connect the Chinese language and Chinese culture with the world.  Children can explore the similarities and the differences of world festivals.  “Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.❞American author, Rita Mae Brown said.  It is very true.

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  Teaching Printable Library:  Halloween Play & Learn

Highlighting Chinese language and Chinese culture for children when we celebrate holidays and festivals in our community leads our kids to polish their cross-culture communication skills.  Halloween comes in October 31.  Days of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos falls on November 1st.  Japanese have the Obon festival that honors the ancestors.  Korean has Chusok that is a harvest festival and a time to honor one’s ancestors and deceased loved ones.  Chinese Qing Ming Festival 清明節|清明节 is a day to visit the tombs of the loved ones and this culture holiday in April.  There is also Chinese Ghost Month 鬼月 that falls in the 7th lunar month and the Chinese Hungry Ghost Festival 中元節|中元节 falls in the middle of the month.

Chinese for Kids Chinese Chinese reader for kids Halloween trick or treatstory Miss Panda Chinese

Click below and listen to the story “Happy Halloween!” 

All of above festivals are a good starting point for your children on extended learning about Halloween and similar  cultural festivals in the world.  As I am setting up a reading program for my students for Halloween this month, I also created a set of Chinese for Kids Halloween activities to go with Halloween.  There are two Chinese Readers I have this months for the young learners.

Click here to preview Chinese Reader:

What Does The Little Ghost Eat?

Traditional Chinese-Pinyin-English version.  Traditional Chinese Bundle.

Simplified Chinese-Pinyin-English version.  Simplified Chinese Bundle.

Chinese for Kids Chinese Chinese reader for kids Halloween story Miss Panda Chinese

The first Chinese for Kids ebook is “Happy Halloween: A Trick-or-Treat Story.”  The second ebook is “What Does The Little Ghost Eat?”  These two Chinese readers for kids are written with the beginning learners in mind.  The repetitive text is included and the number of unique Chinese characters are controlled so it builds young readers’ confidence in reading Chinese.  These two Chinese Readers are available at Teachers Pay Teachers.

Click to preview Chinese Reader:

What Does The Little Ghost Eat?

Traditional Chinese-Pinyin-English versionTraditional Chinese Bundle.

Simplified Chinese-Pinyin-English versionSimplified Chinese Bundle.

Here are Chinese for Kids 11 Halloween Play & Learn printable pages from our Free Teaching Printable Library!  Download them and enjoy Chinese playful learning every day!  You can choose from traditional version and simplified Chinese version.

Miss Panda Chinese | Chinese Halloween Prfintable

Miss Panda Chinese Free Teaching Printable Library

11 Halloween Play & Learn Printable

Click to download: Traditional Chinese version

Click to download: Simplified Chinese version

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 – Chines for Kids: Chinese Culture for Kids Series –

Chinese Lunar New Year 春節|春节

Lantern Festival 元宵節| 元宵节

Dragon Boat Festival 端午節 | 端午节

Chinese Valentine’s Day 七夕

Hungry Ghost Festival 中元節 |中元节

Moon Festival 中秋節 |中秋节

Qing Ming Festival 清明節 |清明节

Winter Solstice 冬至 |冬至




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