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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.

The lyrics are simple:

Come on
Everyone in a circle
One two three
Neat and beautiful
Come on
Everyone in a circle
Turn around and jump
What a fun!
100 Popular Chinese Children's Songs (2 DVDs) Chinese Children's Dancing Songs (2 DVDs)
100 Popular Chinese Children’s Songs (2 DVDs) Chinese Children’s Dancing Songs (2 DVDs)

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Here is Chinese version of the children’s song Let’s Dance. Watch the video and listen to the Chinese children’s song. You can replay the song by clicking the “play” button. Click here to download the song with English translation and Pinyin in PDF file.

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    Destiny // November 26th, 2013 at 6:39 pm

    Music is such a wonderful way to help a child acquire a second language. My father-in-law has been using songs to help teach my daughter Spanish. She loves the songs and seems to remember a lot from them.

  2. 2
    Lina // November 27th, 2013 at 6:20 am

    @Destiny: That is wonderful. I am using the songs to teach my children Chinese. They learn the words quickly. Have a nice Thanksgiving!

  3. 3
    Renee @ Mother Daughter Book Reviews // November 28th, 2013 at 12:06 pm

    You have such a fabulous blog – what a wonderful video for teaching English-speaking children a Chinese song. It’s so sweet! Thanks for co-hosting the Kid Lit Blog Hop with us once again.

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