Gus on the Go: Mandarin Chinese for kids

Gus on the Go: Mandarin Chinese, iOS and Android language app
Hoot hoot!  Gus has just landed in China and is now learning Mandarin Chinese.  Gus visits the cities of Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai and Ghuangzhou. It is estimated that 870 million people speak Mandarin worldwide today.  That’s a lot of people!  In fact, that means about 1 in 8 people speak Mandarin.  Follow along with Gus as he picks up Mandarin vocabulary with our native Mandarin speaker from Beijing.  Our language app will help you learn how to properly pronounce words in the following categories:

  • animals
  • food
  • transportation
  • clothes
  • numbers
  • colors
  • parts of the body
  • shapes

Gus on the Go: Mandarin offers a comprehensive way of learning nearly 90 vocabulary words through interactive lessons and fun vocabulary games unlocked by completing engaging lesson reviews. Now available on the App Store!

Gus on the Go: Mandarin uses simplified Chinese characters.

Gus on the Go: Mandarin Chinese, iOS and Android language app
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Explore more of the Spanish and French language with Stories by Gus on the Go! Dive into classic stories with a silly twist. Make all of your favorite characters move- in French and Spanish!

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"Stories by Gus on the Go hits the right note for pacing, content, and interactivity for kids learning Spanish. It uses short, familiar stories to teach children beginning Spanish words and phrases."

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-Melissa Taylor at ImaginationSoup.net



"Baby G absolutely loves this app and so do I. It’s interactive, educational, intuitive AND addictive."

-Bee Yinn Low, Mom Blogger at RasaMalaysia.com

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“I speak 5 languages including Mandarin so it’s very important that my son learns Chinese. Found this app as my son loves owls. He has been playing with the app and has unlocked some lessons and can remember and say the names of all the animals now. He is 26 months but it’s never too early to teach him a new language. A must have for parents who wish to teach their kids a second language!”

polyglotmom

“We have an 18 month old and he absolutely loves Gus on the Go. The first thing he asks for in the morning is gus. The app has been really beneficial in developing our boys’ language skills. We have both the Mandarin and English app and are considering getting another one.”

Karchlin