I love Christmas songs. I’m usually that annoying person that plays Christmas music starting in November (#sorrynotsorry 😜) .
Learning a language through songs makes the process not only fun for kids, but also super easy for you as a parent.
Music helps kids pick up tones and useful phrases. Just think of a Christmas song you can’t get out of your mind. By simply playing music in the background at home or in the car, your kids will start picking up Chinese because you’re immersing them in it. The best part? All you need to do is press play (or tell Alexa).
When I started trying to find Chinese Christmas song I had the hardest time!
I also include information and links to Chinese Christmas albums below if you would prefer to listen the albums on different platforms or to purchase them.
The printable lyrics are available in traditional, simplified with and without pinyin and zhuyin.
More Chinese Music for Kids Resources:
- Simple Chinese Christian songs for kids + lyrics
- Best Chinese Songs for Kids: Fun & Easy Way to Learn Mandarin
Chinese Christmas Songs Playlists
This is a YouTube playlist I compiled of Chinese Christmas songs. These are mainly classic ones and some renditions.
For Spotify users, here’s the playlist for your listening pleasures.
Recommended Chinese Christmas Songs Albums
If you prefer to purchase the actual album, or if you use other music streaming platforms, here are a few I recommend. They’re all included in both of the playlists I compiled:
This album is put together by a Christian music ministry in Taiwan called OmniPro/歐讚音樂/Ōu zàn yīnyuè. They cover many classic Christmas carols in the album but with a more updated feel.
Some songs include some rap in Chinese. There are also three songs in Taiwanese/台語/Tái yǔ which is a language near and dear to my heart (both sets of my grandparents spoke Taiwanese. My great grandmother only spoke Taiwanese).
There are also four instrumental versions of their songs for your karaoke 🎤pleasure.
Lamb music is a Christian music ministry based in San Diego California that produces contemporary Chinese Christian music in Mandarin, Taiwanese and Cantonese.
Their Christmas album has 5 songs in Chinese including three classics O Holy Night and What Child is This and Hallelujah Chorus. One song is written by the band.
Great album with both Mandarin, Cantonese and Taiwanese Christmas songs including some classics like Silent Night and also new songs written by other Taiwanese artists.
Gina, another parent raising her child bilingual shared this album with me in the comments below. It has classic Christmas songs in Chinese along with lyrics (simplified + pinyin) you can download from Sinosplice all for free!
Access Chinese Christmas Songs Lyrics
I put together lyrics for three Christmas carols, Jingle Bells, Silent Night, We Wish You a Merry Christmas and Stream of Praise’s Most Precious Gift. All songs are in the two playlists I put together to make it easy for you to learn these with your kids.
If there are other songs you would like for me to add, please leave a message below.
To access the lyrics, register below if you haven’t yet. After confirming your email, you’ll receive a password to access the printables.
If you’ve already registered, just go to my printables page and enter the password.
Thank you for stopping by! I hope you have a very blessed Christmas with you and your family, filled with the love Christ came to bring into this world.
If you have other Chinese Christmas carol recommendations, please share with me below!
More Chinese Christmas Goodies
For some more fun Chinese Christmas related activities for kids, check out the following:
- Chinese YouTube Videos on the Story of Christmas/聖誕節的來臨YouTube影片
- Chinese Advent Calendar Scripture Cards/聖誕降臨經文卡
- Printable: Chinese Christmas Vocab Ornaments/聖誕單字吊飾
- Chinese Christmas Music for Kids on YouTube! a great list from CHALK Academy
- Cantonese Christmas Carols & Lyrics from Cantonese for Families
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