Parts of a Building in Chinese for kids

A home is a place where laughter never ends, love is always present and family and friends are always welcome. Other than learning Chinese through the familiar place for kids, they should also learn about parts of a building in Chinese. This topic will help to widen your kids’ vocabulary and they will learn to speak Chinese along with their surroundings and daily routine.

Although there are many different parts to a building, it is useful to teach them the most common parts where they will see wherever they go. Galaxy Kids will be in this journey to help your kids learn Chinese about parts of a building by providing the basic vocabulary below.

Living Room 客厅 (kè tīng)

Bedroom 卧室 (wò shì)

Bathroom 浴室 (yù shì)

Kitchen 厨房 (chú fáng)

Dining Room 饭厅 (fàn tīng)

Garage 车库 (chē kù)

Backyard 后院 (hòu yuàn)

Balcony 阳台 (yáng tái)

Basement 地下室 (dì xià shì)

Attic 阁楼 (gé lóu)

Bathroom furniture:

Bathtub 浴缸 (yù gāng)

Mirror 镜子 (jìng zi)

Shower 淋浴 (lín yù)

Sink 盥洗盆 (xǐ liǎn pén)                     

Shampoo 洗发水 (xǐ fǎ shuǐ)

Body Wash 沐浴露 (mù yù lù)

Bedroom furniture:

Bed (chuáng)

Closet 壁橱 (bì chú)

Dresser 梳妆台 (shū zhuāng tái)

Lamp (dēng)

Pillow 枕头 (zhěn tou)

Sheets 床单 (chuáng dān)

Curtains 窗帘 (chuāng lián)

Living room furniture:

Armchair 扶手椅 (fú shǒu yǐ)

Sofa 沙发 (shā fā)

Coffee table 茶几 (chá jī)

Television/TV 电视 (diàn shì)

TV Remote control 电视遥控器 (diàn shì yáo kòng qì)

Rug 小地毯 (xiǎo dì tǎn)

Dining room furniture:

Dining room table 餐桌 (cān zhuō)

Cups 杯子 (bēi zi)

Napkin 餐巾 (cān jīn)

Silverware 银器 (yín qì)

Kitchen furniture:

Cabinets 橱柜 (chú guì)

Oven 烤箱 (kǎo xiāng)

Refrigerator 冰箱 (bīng xiāng)

Stove 火炉 (huǒ lú)

Coffeemaker 咖啡机 (kā fēi jī)

Microwave 微波 (wéi bō)

Dishwasher 洗碗机 (xǐ wǎn jī)

This topic includes many different words related to various parts of a building and rooms in a house that allows children to practice and speak Chinese by breaking the vocabulary into a small amount on a daily basis. Parents should take the children around the house as you introduce the new Chinese words to them so they can see and acknowledge each part of the house. Besides, parents can also use stick notes on the utensils and furniture for kids to learn Chinese and get to know each part of the house naturally.


To learn to say Hello in Chinese or more about parts of a building in Chinese for kids, you can download the Galaxy Kids app – the best Chinese learning app for kids!

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