Wen ji qi wu story
by: ChinaHCM • 5
A good story is better than a teacher.
This story is one of the many life stories a child needs to learn. The story tells us of the idiom “Hearing the Cockcrows and Practice the Sword” which meaning is that one gets up and practices sword fighting once hearing the cockcrow. It is used to state that someone with high ambitions works very hard to reach his goals.
The application tells a vivid story from ancient China, it takes you into the wonder land of Chinese culture, language and wisdom. The morals and examples of these stories provide excellent role models for your children.
Chinese parables: interesting, educative and enlightening.
Bilingual education: story is taught in both Chinese and English .
Exquisite pictures: the pictures are colourfule, cartoon-like, and easy to understand and remember.
Interactive exercises: there are many interactive activities such as new words cards, repeat after me and sentence making ,it is fun.
Professional recording: The text is recorded both by native Chinese and American.
Pages can be turned automatically and manually.
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