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The resources my twins are using to acquire Chinese

My twins are doing great in their language development, especially in acquiring Chinese. Here is the list of resources they use to acquire Chinese.

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Chinese children’s song: Let’s Dance

It’s sing-along time with Chinese children’s songs! Children’s songs are the best way to teach children about music, rhyme and language! This Let’s Dance is repetitive, easy-to-remember, and fun. It is also great for little ones to learn and practice counting.

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Chinese children’s rhythm: Winter is Coming

Let’s celebrate the arrival of winter with song, rhythms and good wish! The follwing is the video of a Chinese rhythm Winter is Coming.

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Chinese children’s song: Ten Little Indians

Ten Little Indians is one of my daughter’s favorite Chinese children’s songs. It is repetitive, easy-to-remember, fun. and great to learn counting.

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Chinese children’s song: Going to School

Watch and enjoy this video of Chinese children’s song: Going to School (Shang Xue Ge) for your children’s first day of school, with English translations.

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Chinese children’s song: Looking for Friends

Here is one Chinese song that I often sing to her. Its Chinese title is “Looking for Friends”. And now I am sharing it with you. After all, Good staff are shared with good friends!

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Chinese for Children: Sing “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” in Chinese

Now you can learn to sing this timeless classic “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” in Chinese via the following video!

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Chinese for Children: How to count 1-5 in Chinese?

Welcome to watch our first episode of Chinese for Children! Today’s topic is on how to count number from 1 to 5 in Chinese.

I guarantee you and your family will remember the Chinese pronunciations of numbers from 1 to 5 after watching this video, since there are lots of repetitions of the words.

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Chinese children’s song: Little Donkey

Little Donkey is one of DD’s favorite Chinese songs. It is about a lovely little donkey. His little master loves this donkey so much that he never rides it.

One day on a whim the little master feels like riding the donkey, so he rides it to a fair. The little master has a small whip in hand, and he is enjoying the ride, full of glee. Suddenly before he knows what happens, he falls off the donkey and into the mud.

Every time when

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Chinese children’s song: Only Mom is the Best in the World

Here is Chinese children’s song Only Mom is the Best in the World, which is one of my daughter’s favorite Chinese songs.

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Chinese children’s song: Happy Chinese New Year!

Chinese New Year is also known as “Spring Festival”. Here is Chinese children’s song: Happy Chinese New Year!

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Chinese children’s song: Jingle Bells

“Jingle Bells” is one of the best-known and commonly sung winter songs in the world. It was written by James Lord Pierpont (1822–1893) and published under the title “One Horse Open Sleigh” in the autumn of 1857. Even though it is commonly thought of as a Christmas song, it was actually written and sung for Thanksgiving.

Here is Chinese version of Jingle Bells. Watch the video to listen to the Chinese children’s song.

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Chinese children’ song: If you’re Happy Clap Your Hands

“If You’re Happy Clap Your Hands” is a popular repetitive children’s song. Here is Chinese version of If you’re Happy Clap Your Hands.

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Chinese children’s song: Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Songs and share nursery rhymes are playful (e.g. Rub-a-dub-dub, three men in a tub,) and are easy to remember. They also help babies build phonological awareness and sensitivity the ability to hear the breakdown of sounds within words and to diagnose rhythms and patterns of languages. As he grows, learning the rhymes himself will help him expand vocabulary, learn number skills and get confidence to express himself through speech.

Here is Chinese children’s song: Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. It is the Chinese version of the most popular English nursing rhythm.

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