Word Picture Matching Worksheets
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This tool allows Chinese teachers and parents to create Chinese word to picture matching worksheets for young learners. You can also add the Pinyin or English translation of each Chinese word as a hint. Before you hit the Print button, make sure you click the image button to upload or look up an image for each Chinese word.

Note that you can use an enhanced version of this tool, named Chinese Matching Worksheet Maker, to create 读一读, 连一连 worksheets.

Paper Size:     Letter (8.5" X 11")     A4 (210mm X 297mm)
Worksheet Format:
       12 entries per sheet
       10 entries per sheet
       8 entries per sheet
       6 entries per sheet
       4 entries per sheet
Chinese Font Size:        Tiny    Small    Medium   Large    Huge
Phonetic Notation:        Pinyin    Bopomofo (Zhuyin)
Space between Chinese word and picture:        Small    Medium    Large
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Chinese Color
Pinyin Color
English Color

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To create a character picture matching worksheet,
  1. Enter the Chinese character or word.
  2. Enter the definition of the Chinese character or word in English (or your native language). You can click the E button to let the system fill in the definition for you if the Chinese is a single character or a commonly-used word.
  3. Click the P button to add Pinyin automatically. In the case that there are multiple pronunciations for a particular character, the system will attempt to use the right one based on its context. In some cases, the user may have to edit it. Note Pinyin must be entered with tone numbers. The system will convert them to tone marks when the PDF sheet is generated. In addition, the Pinyin syllables must be separated by a blank space. As an example, for the Chinese word 哪儿, the Pinyin must be entered as na3 er2. Use v for ü, for example lv3 for lǚ, and number 5 for the neutral tone, e.g. ma5 (吗).
  4. Click the Add Rows button to add more rows.
  5. Click the image button to upload or look up an image for each Chinese word.
  6. Optionally, change the default settings. Click the color buttons to change foreground colors for Chinese, English, and Pinyin.
  7. Click the Print button to generate the PDF sheets.
  8. Click the Save button to save the list for future use or use it in other tools on this web site