Chinese Worksheets 中文作业

By Ling-Ling Lisa Shih


This post includes the following sections:

  1. Blank Worksheets for Chinese Character Worksheets.
  2. Flash Cards for commonly used words.
  3. Information about the Radicals and Basic Strokes.
  4. Chinese character, vocabulary worksheets, and text worksheets.
  5. Oral performance sheets
  6. Grammar worksheets 

1. Blank Chinese Character Writing Worksheets

 Chinese Character Writing Sheets:

(Use one of the following templates to generate blank Chinese Character Worksheets) 

Tools To Generate your own Character Practice Sheets 

2. Flash Cards for commonly used words.

3. Information about the Radicals and Basic Strokes.

Basic StrokesLearn Chinese Online Everyday

Common Radicals (Radicals with Pictures to help you remember them! A Very useful resource)

Common Radicals Table 偏旁部首表




To Generate Animated Chinese Characters

4. Worksheets for Integrated Chinese 

Integrated Chinese Character Worksheets with Stroke Order (L1 to L20)

Integrated Chinese Vocabulary List from L1 to L20


Lesson 1 Dialogue 1: Exchanging Greeting

Lesson 1 Dialogue 2: Asking about Someone’s Nationality

Lesson 2 Dialogue 1: Looking at a Family Photo

 Lesson 2 Dialogue 2: Asking about Someone’s Family

Supplementary Kinship Terms

Supplementary worksheet for Jobs and Languages

 Lesson 3 Dialogue 1: Taking Someone Out to Eat on His/Her Birthday

Lesson 3 Dialogue 2: Inviting Someone to Dinner

Lesson 4 Dialogue 1:Talking about Hobbies

Lesson 4 Dialogue 2: Would You like to Play Ball?

Lesson 5 Dialogue 1: Visiting a Friend’s House

Lesson 5 Narrative: At a Friend’s House

Lesson 6 Dialogue 1: Calling One’s Teacher

Lesson 6 Dialogue 2: Call a Friend for Help

Lesson 7 Dialogue 1: How Did You Do on the Exam

Lesson 7 Dialogue 2: Preparing for a Chinese Class

Lesson 8 A Diary: A Typical School Day

Lesson 8 A Letter: Talking about Studying Chinese

Lesson 9 D1 Shopping for Clothes

Lesson 9 D2 Exchanging Shoes

Lesson 10 D1 Going Home for the Winter Vacation

Lesson 10 D2 Email

Lesson 11 D1  Tomorrow’s Weather Will be Even Better

Lesson 11 D2  The Weather Here is Terrible

Lesson 12 D1  Dining Out

Lesson 12 Dialogue 2:Eating in a Cafeteria

Lesson 13 Dialogue 1: Where Are You Off To?

Lesson 13 Dialogue 2: Going to China Town

Lesson 14 Dialogue 1: Let’s Go to a Party!

Lesson 14 Dialogue 2: Attending a Birthday Party

Lesson 15 Dialogue 1: My Stomach is Killing me

Lesson 15 Dialogue 2: Allergies 

Lesson 16 Dialogue 1: Seeing a Movie

Lesson 16 Dialogue 2: Turn Down an Invitation

L17 D1 Finding a Better Place

L17 D2 Calling about an Apartment for Rent

L18 D1 My Gut Keeps Getting Bigger and Bigger

L18 D2 Watching American Football

L19 D1 Traveling to Beijing

L19 D2 Planning an Itinerary

Lesson 20 D1 Checking in at the Airport 

Lesson 20 D2 Arriving in Beijing

Supplementary: Songs

[More lyrics and Vocabulary worksheets for other songs can be found  in individual posts I have created for the songs I have used to teach students]


Other Supplementary Character and Vocabulary Worksheets:

Use the following one of these three templates to generate blank Chinese Character Worksheets:

The following provides worksheets for the textbook called “Practical Chinese Readers”, which we do not use for our course, but they have basic vocabularies that appear in “Integrated Chinese.”

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