Chinese Nursery rhythms, 童谣 or 儿歌, are much more than a quick and easy way to entertain and distract children. The truth is that Chinese nursery rhythms introduce young children to the idea of storytelling, expose them to new words and social situations, and boost their language development.
Through nursery rhymes, children develop auditory skills such as discriminating between sounds and tones and therefore develop the ear for the rhythm of the words. The repetition of the nursery rhythms also helps children become aware of the individual unit of the sounds and the flow of the language.
Here we are going to have a look at 6 Chinese nursery rhythms on Animals. They help kids not only develop Chinese vocabulary around animals but also get to know more about the animals (eg. the sound of a bee, a chick, a duck, etc.).
两只老虎 Two Tigers
小白兔 Little White Rabbit
小鸡和小鸭 A Chick and A Duckling
一只哈巴狗 A Pug
一只小蜜蜂 A Little Bee
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