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Learn Chinese with Kids Chinese Podcast

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Kids Chinese Podcast is designed for kids from 5 years old up and adults to learn Mandarin Chinese. This Chinese course helps you to learn Chinese listening and speaking via podcast, and Chinese reading and writing via podcast lesson transcript, exercise worksheet, online exercises and quizzes. Lessons’ topics are designed using practical dialogues starting with the topics on kids’ daily life in the United States while you receive systematic training on Chinese listening, speaking, reading and writing.

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Kids Chinese Podcast is designed for kids from 5 years old up and adults to learn Mandarin Chinese. This Chinese course helps you to learn Chinese listening and speaking via podcast, and Chinese reading and writing via podcast lesson transcript, exercise worksheet, online exercises and quizzes. Lessons’ topics are designed using practical dialogues starting with the topics on kids’ daily life in the United States while you receive systematic training on Chinese listening, speaking, reading and writing.

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27 Ratings
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By Spencer5cent - Nov 16 2016
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These podcasts have been useful for me. I want to show my appreciation to the creator. Thank you for your hard work and I hope you continue to make podcasts. :)

I love Kids Chinese Podcast!

By Luly W. - Aug 10 2012
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To learn a new language, like Chinese, first we need to imitate how a native Chinese speaker speaks. Kids are good at “copy” or “imitation” while adults are not as good as children because we concern too much sometimes. I really enjoy learning Chinese with little Amy, stress free! The podcast transcript serves a very good study guide. Musical tones are the most difficult part in Mandarin Chinese, so the teaching method used by Kids Chinese Podcast, first listening and then imitating as a child at Level-1 Chinese lessons for Chinese beginners really works. For Level-2 chinese lessons, the teaching methods also take advantage of logical thinking, which is one of the strengths adults have. In the meantime, Aihua uses simple and easy ways to explain the new Chinese characters, words and phrases, so even a child can underhand. Kids Chinese Podcast is a great way to learn Chinese. I love it!

iTunes Ratings

27 Ratings
Average Ratings
21
3
1
1
1

Great!

By Spencer5cent - Nov 16 2016
Read more
These podcasts have been useful for me. I want to show my appreciation to the creator. Thank you for your hard work and I hope you continue to make podcasts. :)

I love Kids Chinese Podcast!

By Luly W. - Aug 10 2012
Read more
To learn a new language, like Chinese, first we need to imitate how a native Chinese speaker speaks. Kids are good at “copy” or “imitation” while adults are not as good as children because we concern too much sometimes. I really enjoy learning Chinese with little Amy, stress free! The podcast transcript serves a very good study guide. Musical tones are the most difficult part in Mandarin Chinese, so the teaching method used by Kids Chinese Podcast, first listening and then imitating as a child at Level-1 Chinese lessons for Chinese beginners really works. For Level-2 chinese lessons, the teaching methods also take advantage of logical thinking, which is one of the strengths adults have. In the meantime, Aihua uses simple and easy ways to explain the new Chinese characters, words and phrases, so even a child can underhand. Kids Chinese Podcast is a great way to learn Chinese. I love it!
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Learn Chinese with Kids Chinese Podcast

Latest release on Apr 26, 2014

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Kids Chinese Podcast is designed for kids from 5 years old up and adults to learn Mandarin Chinese. This Chinese course helps you to learn Chinese listening and speaking via podcast, and Chinese reading and writing via podcast lesson transcript, exercise worksheet, online exercises and quizzes. Lessons’ topics are designed using practical dialogues starting with the topics on kids’ daily life in the United States while you receive systematic training on Chinese listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Rank #1: Lesson 84: Fruit

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Learn about fruit

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May 18 2012

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Rank #2: Lesson 83: Money

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Learn about money

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May 11 2012

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Rank #3: Lesson 37: Shape

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May 14 2011

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Rank #4: Lesson 108: How Old Are You?

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Nov 09 2012

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Rank #5: Lesson 80: Zoo

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Learn about zoo

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Apr 19 2012

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Rank #6: Lesson 29: Numbers (I)

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Mar 05 2011

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Rank #7: Lesson 3: Greeting (I)

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Learn how to greet people you meet for the first time and how to greet people in the morning. We also learn the third Pinyin, four tones, some words and expressions in Mandarin Chinese.

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Oct 20 2010

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Rank #8: Lesson 35: Color (I)

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Apr 30 2011

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Rank #9: Lesson 104: Year

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Oct 12 2012

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Rank #10: Lesson 65: Clothes

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Learn about clothes

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Jan 02 2012

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Rank #11: Lesson 106: What’s the Date Today?

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Oct 26 2012

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Rank #12: Review 4: Review of Lesson 16 ~ 18

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Review Lesson 16 to Lesson 18, talking about going school. In addition, we review the Pinyin, and learn some new words and phrases using in dialog practice we are going to have in Mandarin Chinese.Today, we are going to review what we learned from Lesson 16 ~ Lesson 18. In the three lessons, we were talking about going to school.

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Jan 02 2011

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Rank #13: Lesson 30: Numbers (II)

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Mar 12 2011

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Rank #14: Lesson 38: Having a Drawing Class

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May 21 2011

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Rank #15: Lesson 47: Taking a Bath (I)

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Aug 07 2011

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Rank #16: Lesson 46: Taking a Shower

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Jul 31 2011

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Rank #17: Lesson 105: Months of the Year

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In this Chinese lesson, we are going to learn about Months of the Year in Chinese. Hope you can tell what month of the year it is after learning this lesson.

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Oct 19 2012

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Rank #18: Lesson 67: House

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Learn some Chinese words and phrases related to house

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Jan 18 2012

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Rank #19: Lesson 79: Park

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Learn about park

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Apr 13 2012

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Rank #20: Lesson 5: Getting Up (I)

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Learn how to say “getting up, getting dressed, etc” related to what you usually do after you woke up in the morning. Also continue learning Pinyin, and learn some words and phrases related to “getting up” in Mandarin Chinese.

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Oct 31 2010

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Lesson 139: A Month of a Second Grader

Apr 26 2014

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Lesson 138: Hotel

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Nov 25 2013

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Lesson 137: Climate

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Sep 17 2013

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Lesson 136: Going on Vacation

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Aug 20 2013

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Lesson 135: Being a Helper

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Aug 06 2013

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Lesson 134: Asking for Directions

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Jul 22 2013

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Lesson 133: Making a Phone Call

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Jul 15 2013

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Lesson 132: Birthday Cake

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Jul 02 2013

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Lesson 131: Writing

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May 12 2013

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Lesson 130: Reading

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May 05 2013

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Lesson 129: Jumping Rope

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Apr 26 2013

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Lesson 128: Swimming

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Apr 20 2013

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Lesson 127: Climbing a Mountain

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Apr 05 2013

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Lesson 126: Riding a Bicycle

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Mar 29 2013

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Lesson 125: What’s Your Favorite Sports?

Mar 22 2013

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Lesson 124: What’s Your Hobby?

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Mar 15 2013

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Lesson 123: What’s Your Address?

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Mar 08 2013

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Lesson 122: What’s Your e-mail?

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Mar 01 2013

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Lesson 121: What’s Your Phone Number?

Feb 23 2013

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Lesson 120: Introducing Your Friend

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Feb 15 2013

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iTunes Ratings

27 Ratings
Average Ratings
21
3
1
1
1

Great!

By Spencer5cent - Nov 16 2016
Read more
These podcasts have been useful for me. I want to show my appreciation to the creator. Thank you for your hard work and I hope you continue to make podcasts. :)

I love Kids Chinese Podcast!

By Luly W. - Aug 10 2012
Read more
To learn a new language, like Chinese, first we need to imitate how a native Chinese speaker speaks. Kids are good at “copy” or “imitation” while adults are not as good as children because we concern too much sometimes. I really enjoy learning Chinese with little Amy, stress free! The podcast transcript serves a very good study guide. Musical tones are the most difficult part in Mandarin Chinese, so the teaching method used by Kids Chinese Podcast, first listening and then imitating as a child at Level-1 Chinese lessons for Chinese beginners really works. For Level-2 chinese lessons, the teaching methods also take advantage of logical thinking, which is one of the strengths adults have. In the meantime, Aihua uses simple and easy ways to explain the new Chinese characters, words and phrases, so even a child can underhand. Kids Chinese Podcast is a great way to learn Chinese. I love it!