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Chinese Amazon Videos for Kids

Chinese Amazon Prime videos are definitely slim compared to the plethora that’s available on Netflix. But for parents who already have an Amazon Prime account, here are a few worthy of checking out.

For each show, I provide some helpful info including the length of each episode, what age the show is intended for and Chinese level it’s in.

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Amazon Prime used to have other channels you can add onto your subscription if you’d like to watch more Chinese children’s shows, but they’re no longer available. I’m unclear as to why that option has been removed and if that will change in the future. If that changes I’ll update this post accordingly.

How to Find Chinese Amazon Videos

1. On Amazon’s search bar, click on the search department drop down menu and select Prime Video. Then click on the magnifying glass (*note this search function is only available on a computer. You can save the ones you like to your watchlist so it’s easier to find them on your TV or tablet).

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2. Scroll down until you see “Language Spoken” on the menu on the left. Click on “Chinese.”

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3. Once you’re in the Chinese Prime Videos section, scroll down again until you see “Genre” on the menu on the left. Then select “Kids & Family.” You’ll then see a list of shows that are available for kids.

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Chinese Amazon Videos

Miaomiao’s Chinese for Kids & Miao Miao

This show is basically the Mandarin Chinese version of Dora the Explorer. Toddler and preschooler Chinese learners can pick up a few Chinese words from each episode.

Miao Miao would be a great fit for new Chinese learners or if you’re trying to ease your Chinese reluctant child into the language.

There are two shows in this series. One is Miaomiao’s Chinese for Kids which is two minutes long. The other is Miao Miao, which is seven minutes long.

These episodes along with longer episodes are also available on their YouTube channel and their app that’s available in the iTunes app store.

Basic Info Breakdown

  • Age: Toddler to preschool
  • Chinese level: new learners
  • Length of Each Episode: 2-7 minutes
Miao Miao's Chinese show for kids

Tales From Journey to the West

This is the cartoon version of a popular Chinese legend, the Monkey King. Each episode is eleven minutes long.

Basic Info Breakdown

  • Age: 4+
  • Chinese level: intermediate
  • Length of Each Episode: 11 minutes

Go Go Giwas

This is a quality award winning Taiwanese cartoon with children from an aboriginal tribe as the main characters. The content focuses on teaching kids science and indigenous culture.

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Basic Info Breakdown

  • Age: 4+
  • Chinese level: intermediate
  • Length of Each Episode: 10 minutes

More Chinese Shows for Kids

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Hi, I’m Sunny, busy 媽咪 + believer, wrangling our talkative & silly five year old. Thanks for stopping by! I use my background as a language teacher and experience teaching my daughter & students to simplify your journey! Thanks for letting me bring some sunshine into your bilingual parenting!

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