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Friday, June 13, 2008

Teaching a Baby, Toddler, and Preschooler's Chinese

Little Pim: Playtime, 3-Pack Bundle, Learning Chinese for Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers is really well done. It was created by the daughter of Pimsleur (famous for Learning Foreign Language Materials).

  • Ground breaking video for teaching babies, toddlers and preschoolers
  • Total immersion experience and offers hours of fun for you and your little ones
  • DVD is entirely in Mandarin with English sub-titles available. Great design!

  • It even has places to stop in the video for review. It's a carefully designed series for Learning Chinese for the young ones. I have even heard good feedback from parents that they learned some Chinese watching it!

    The first DVD covers eating and drinking, the second Wake Up Smiling (DVD 2), and Playtime (DVD 3).

    Baby Learns Chinese, DVD, Level 1,2,3 & Flashcards also uses full immersion for teaching, and adds Chinese Characters with the belief that the very young can also learn them. Dr. Glenn Doman, author of the best selling books on early childhood learning, including "How to Teach Your Baby to Read". Research has shown that children from birth to age 6 learn languages at an extraordinary rate.

    Using Music for Learning Chinese is a great way. Songs for Learning Chinese - CD/Tape With Book Sets has a table comparing different products. Some have famous songs in English and Chinese along with a book. It's a great activities for parents and their child.

    Reading to children is a great way to expose them to a language. A great touch book is I Won't Bite. One of my favorite books.

    There are two school of thoughts on Bilingual Material. One is it makes the reader a bit lazy. The other is it's a great way to pick up the meaning.

    Coloring Pictures are a fun way to learn a bit of Chinese.

    These are really well done:
    Learning Chinese Coloring/Activity Book, Simplified Characters
    Our Price: $12.00

    (simplified characters)
    Chinese For Children, A Coloring/Activity Book
    • Learns Fruits, Colors, and Numbers
    • Designed especially for young children
    • Author has two Master Degrees and has experience in public and private schools.
    Learning Chinese Coloring/Activity Book, Traditional Characters
    Our Price: $12.00

    Chinese For Children, A Coloring/Activity Book
    • Learns Fruits, Colors, and Numbers
    • Designed especially for young children
    • Author has two Master Degrees and has experience in public and private schools.

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