Listen and Repeat
Make this fun animal movement dice and get playing! Roll the dice and act out the animal movement with sounds, gestures, and expressions.
Count Chinese 1 to 10
Practice counting 1 to 10 in Mandarin Chinese by repeating after the audio. Give your child more challenge by counting in reverse together. Discover more activities for learning Chinese numbers.
Count Animals 1 to 12
Print out your zoo animal number flashcards to use with this audio. This set of flashcards will help your child learn how to use the unique counter for animals of zhi [隻 | 只].
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