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Singapore P2 Mandarin

Primary 2 students continue to match Chinese characters with their pin yin pronunciation. As the required vocabulary begins to grow, matching characters to their English meaning becomes increasingly important.

No worries!

Power Puzzle has a pin yin puzzle and an English meaning worksheet for each chapter in your student's P2 textbook.

Take a look at Chapter 12:

Chapter 12 - Pin Yin

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Click on the following for a 6-worksheet set:

Singapore P2 Mandarin Pin Yin:

Set A ∙ Chapters 1-6

Set B ∙ Chapters 7-12

Set C ∙ Chapters 13-18

Singapore P2 Mandarin English Translation:

Set A ∙ Chapters 1-6

Set B ∙ Chapters 7-12

Set C ∙ Chapters 13-18