Here’s a good write up about it: https://thespinoff.co.nz/parenting/28-03-2018/reo-2-go-the-social-group-helping-whanau-learn-te-reo/
In effect, you’re learning te reo the same way children do – not by becoming a linguist, but through repetition, imitation and daily use.
In time for Chinese New Year! This is a good write up, with videos, of the various types of lion dances! https://mustsharenews.com/global-lion-dances/
Look at our new YouTube Channel layout! : ) Hopefully it is clearer and tidier for you to view our videos!
It’s a special Christmas edition! Have a laugh at the bloopers too 😁 Happy holidays from the team!
We’ve decided to re-record and publish a lot of Ni Hao Children’s Community’s translated children’s songs onto our YouTube channel for the wider community! : )
These are our own translations of the songs and rhymes that children in New Zealand grow up with, and are most often heard in kindergartens and such – and of course in our classes!
There will be a new song release every Monday and Thursday for the December and January months, starting today! Keep an eye out ; )
The first one up is Sleeping Bunnies… have fun sleeping and bouncing about!
Here’s the lovely story of the Bear and his adventures in the city! The book is written in English so readers can follow along, but the spoken language will be in Mandarin : ) It’s like having a story with subtitles! 😉