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The Best Chinese Learning Ms. Rachel Channels for Bilingual Families

Calling all Ms. Rachel fans! Here‘s a list of the best Chinese learning Ms. Rachel equivalent channels to help you support the language in a fun and educational way for your kids.

I know many of you love Ms. Rachel and wish there’s a Mandarin Chinese version out there.

Having quality resources to help create an effective immersion environment at home makes language learning not only purposeful for kids but also build their vocabulary.

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Without an immersion environment set in place, it’s hard to reach your goals for bilingualism in Mandarin and your community language.

This is why I’m sharing these channels to help you build one!

Remember, language growth boils down to one consistent baby step at a time!

Mandarin Chinese Learning Ms. Rachel Channels

Below are a list of Mandarin Chinese versions of Ms. Rachel.

悦儿姐姐 Yueer Jiejie: Chinese Learning Ms. Rachel

I love how she clearly enunciates the vocabulary she’s teaching children in her videos.

I just recently noticed her building her channel and her videos are consistently high quality and educational.

米宝星 Mibao Star

Mibao star has been around for awhile and has a wider range of high quality videos to choose from.

They range from nursery rhymes to bilingual stories and topical themes to build a young language learner’s vocabulary.

She also does a great job enunciating and speaking slowly to help kids learn.

宝贝中文 | Baobei Chinese

This is a new one another mom shared with me.

She has a pleasant and peaceful presence. Her high quality videos also help children learn new Mandarin terms in a fun and entertaining way.

Learn Mandarin Chinese with AliMiMi

AliMimi has been around the longest and has the most amount of videos to choose from.

One downside to her videos is that the video and audio quality isn’t as great.

Cantonese Learning Ms. Rachel

For the Cantonese speakers, here are some great ones for you to check out.

NiHao Pauletta

Cantonese for Babies & Toddlers

Did I miss any? Be sure to share in the comments if you’ve discovered new ones.

Which one will you try first?

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Hi, I’m Sunny, bilingual mama, teaching my kids Mandarin Chinese in a monolingual context. Thanks for stopping by! I use my teaching background and experience teaching my kids to simplify your family’s Chinese learning journey so it’s sustainable and one that the whole family enjoys. I’m so glad you’re here!

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