Re: Chinese Language for pre-k/k level
http://www.childbook.com/Default.asp I went here and got Baby Learns Chinese for my son. I haven't been great about using it with him though. It is very simple though and I learned a few things. My father adopted my 2 sisters from China and so I wanted DS to be a part of that culture. My sisters (9 and almost 11) are in an immersion school (charter school). You might consider that when your child starts school. From what I understand, my sisters will not even be fluent when they graduate high school (after having 13 years of half and half instruction in english and mandarin).
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