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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Starting them out early


One of the best gifts you can give your baby is that of culture and heritage. Yes, it is very much possible to ingrain her Chinese roots in a Western way of living. And the best way to immerse in a culture is by speaking a dialect.

Kids Learn Chinese Phonics, DVD, Level 1,2,3 & Flashcards Bundle Red Baby Learns Chinese
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DVD1- Go to School

DVD2- How Old are You
DVD3- Go to the Park
Flashcards
  • The Doman method, used in the DVD, has proven countless times
  • After using Baby Learns Chinese materials, support your child's Chinese skills with Phonetics Box Set
See sample video clip



While some parents may think that speaking in Chinese and English may cause some confusion with a baby, this is clearly not the case. Your baby’s mind is like a sponge absorbing any new information you expose it to. The more stimulation, the more neurons are working. So yes, baby learns Chinese much easier than you think it is. Most of the time, the greatest learning hurdle in a baby’s life is the parent. 

Little Pim: Playtime, 3-Pack Bundle
Little Pim: Playtime, 3-Pack Bundle (Vol. 4,5,6), Learning Chinese for Babies, toddlers and preschoolers DVD
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Little Pim helps teach Chinese phrases that small children actually use, such as words about objects in the house, identifying feelings and counting in Chinese

Titles in this 3-Pack:
Vol. 4 - In the house
Vol. 5 - Happy, Sad and Silly
Vol. 6 - I can Count

Learn 160 Chinese words
Running time: Total 1 hour 45 minutes
each, total of 1 hour 45 minutes
Regionless


Okay you’re convinced, now you ask how you can expose your child to learning the Chinese language. The best and first option is exposure, keep on speaking to baby in the language, and let her hear your conversations with other people.

Chinese for Kids Flash Cards, Traditional, Vol 1, Tuttle
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Chinese for Kids Flash Cards, Vol 1
  •  Traditional Chinese Characters
  •  64 Flash Cards for kids' play and practice 
  •  Audio CD. Kids remember Chinese easily with songs 
  •  Wall Chart . Another tool for children to remember the Chinese words
  •  Learning Guide for parents and teachers.


Second, find Chinese language videos that you can get baby to watch. As baby learns Chinese, encourage her to speak these in the same way you would prod her to say her first few words in English.

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