Chinese Fridge is a Chinese game for kids that makes learning fun and painless! Our innovative app teaches kids through visual and audible interactions – perfect for new words and reinforcing past Chinese lessons for kids. Say goodbye to boring drills and flashcards and download the free app now! Includes simplified and traditional Chinese characters, as well as pinyin.
Learn food words – perfect for restaurants and home. A must-have Chinese lesson for kids before travel to a Chinese-speaking country.
Learn household items used in daily life with this lesson. These Chinese characters for kids are easy to recognize and important to learn.
Learning Chinese for kids can be a big challenge, which is why we're dedicated to constantly improving our Chinese games for kids. We always test our apps with education professionals and in the classroom before releasing them to the public, and after release we regularly field feedback and make adjustments to the apps in continual software updates. We also base our games on standard Chinese lessons for kids, covering teacher-recommended Chinese words for kids. Because of the high priority we place on the quality our apps, we invite you to give us suggestions on how to improve our games by using the contact form on this site.
Chinese games for kids can be hard to find, so future variations of the game will include different sets of vocabulary and incorporate more elaborate graphics and game play. Though the app was designed primarily for kids, you will find that the game play is suitable for students of all ages who are beginning to learn Chinese and want to learn new vocabulary or reinforce past lessons.
If you have ideas for completely new games or apps, we're also happy to hear your ideas and assist you in any way we can. We're more than happy to hear from schools who may need assistance developing apps, games, websites or software. Teachers and educational institutes should contact us for free rebates on our apps, as we believe our game apps should all be free for classrooms to make education as accessible as possible for all students.
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