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After finishing Lesson 1-Family Members, I am beginning a new lesson series today: Lesson 2-Amazing Body.

Our body is an amazing miracle of engineering with hundreds of complex systems working in perfect harmony every day. It keeps recreating itself, every year, every day, every minute and every second; from birth to death. It never stops growing and changing. It is the only place you have to live for your lifetime, so you’d better take good care of it.

Today I going to teach you how to say and read the following words, eyes, ears, nose and mouth, in Chinese. One interesting fact is your eyes are always the same size from birth, but your nose and ears continue to grow through out your entire life. Amazing, isn’t it?

The words are spoken in Chinese, but on-screen texts in English help parents understand their meanings. I encourage you to watch the power point presentation with your baby and repeat the words together. It is fun for both kids and parents! Your involvement and interaction will help arouse your little one’s interest to learn more and improve their skill. Also, remember, the key is to repeat!

To make it work more effectively, point to your eyes, ears, nose or mouth each time when you speak the word so that the baby will have visual queue as well as the spoken word to help them understand the connection.

Does it sound like fun? Let get started!






Watch PPT presentation for the complete lesson. Due to the size of the program, content in the frame below may display blank. Simply refresh the current webpage or press F5 on your keyboard for the refresh function. (Please enable your computer audio and increase the speaker volume. You can hear the words when they are spoken and follow the sound track):

Click here to see the whole screen PPT presentation.

Or you can view the presentation in an interactive mode: Chinese Learning for Babies (Lesson 2-Amazing Body): How to say eyes, ears, nose and mouth in Chinese?

What do you think? Drop me your comments, ideas, suggestions or complains here, so that I can keep improving this program. I hope you and your baby like the series and continue learning Chinese week by week, month by month, year by year.

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