Chinese Zodiac Animals Song | Free Song and Video | By April Wu
Songs make all festivals come to life, right? It is a great way to involve kids - especially if they also tell a story at the same time!
April Wu (@msaprilwu) and indigrow kids bring to you a delightful video to celebrate during the Lunar New Year Festival!
So, what do I get? What is the video?
You get a wonderful video with a beautiful song. It describes the 12 Chinese Zodiac animals and brings to life the animals behind the zodiac signs. With cute emojis, lyrics and catchy music, it is easy to follow and you and your little one will be humming it in no time. It also has the names of the animals with pictures making it a learning experience as well!
How do I get this?
Just add this product to your cart, and you will be sent a download link to the video and instructions within 24 hours.
Wait, is it free?
Yes it is! We love to create & curate and this has been put together with love by members of our community. Authors, story tellers and clever moms have put this together for you. So, enjoy and spread the love. Please do share and pass it along!
A little about our creator April Wu (@missaprilwu)
April holds a Master’s degree in Bilingual Education and has been a Mandarin dual-language immersion teacher for 10+ years. Through her years of teaching, she has recognised how limited resources make it challenging to raise multilingual children in the U.S. She is now a new mother and has been thinking about how to create a meaningful language environment for her daughter - one that nurtures a love for the Chinese and Spanish language and culture.
These experiences have led to her passion project - Seedlingo, a brand that supports the raising of multilingual and multicultural children. She has been inspired to create educational language products curated for non-native learners. The end goal is fun, engaging, and meaningful learning to have a lasting impact on children’s language development. Visit seedlingo.co to learn more.
April is passionate about multilingualism and shares bilingual parenting tips and resources as well as Mandarin language and culture content on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube.
Thank you April for creating this for the community!
Don't forget to check out the other activities in our Free Lunar New Year Festival Kit!