This lovely book written by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram has been one of my favorite books which both my children and I have enjoyed every time we read it together. Guess How Much I love You, the two hares, a parent and a child, start to tell each other how much they love each other. They try to quantity their love, larger and larger as the story goes on. Well, a really good read! Here is the Chinese version:
In case you are interested in reading the original one, here it is:
Shel Silverstein’s masterpiece “the Giving Tree” has moved thousands of children and adults since its publication in 1964. It is a story between a tree and a boy. The tree loves a boy and gives everything to the boy. Giving brings happiness to the tree…In Chinese, this book is titled as 爱心树(ài xīn shù).
Watch the picture book together with your child and get moved again….
Sesame Street has developed a series of educational program teaching basic Mandarin to children. It is called Fun Fun Elmo, with animation and locally recorded content from China. Each episode includes songs and introduces a Chinese tone, some words, and stroke order for writing characters.
The first episode introduces the character of “一“ and phrases such as “你好” and “再见“。
Learning Chinese language brings interest in the country of China, this is especially true with the new generation of technology natives. Look, I received an email from a child who started to learn recently. He was very excited “You got to watch this!” Now I am sharing the video with you, believing another child will be inspired to learn more about China…
Having a dog is like having a family member. This is a lovely animated <a href=”http://children.moc.gov.tw/garden/animation.php?id=201205A01″>book</a> about a little girl and the stray dog she adopted. Hope you enjoy.
<img src=”http://chinese4kids.net/wp-content/uploads/sf.png” alt=”" title=”sf” width=”404″ height=”336″ class=”aligncenter size-full wp-image-2241″ />Chinese spring festival is going to be Feb. 10 this year. The year of Snake. Here is a great introductory video about Chinese spring festival:
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