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Better Chinese is a leading publisher of Mandarin curricula for students from pre-kindergarten to college. Better Chinese materials have been officially adopted by nine states in the United States and are used in 1400+ schools worldwide.

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BetterChinese is offering free online access for schools and individual learners, K through College.

FluentKey helps language teachers make listening fun and meaningful by turning real-life videos into an interactive game. They have hundreds of authentic videos in Chinese, English, French, and Spanish. You can play FluentKey Live with your students in real time or create assignments for them to complete on their own time. Made by language teachers for language teachers

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FluentKey Pro for one month using the code StaySafe on fluentkey.com/plans

Mango Languages – Mango Classroom

https://mangolanguages.com/find-mango/

Start the conversation in your choice of over 70 world languages and dialects through courses crafted using conversational methodology. Every self-paced language course introduces the learner to cultural insights and grammatical nuances specific to their language of choice, delivered through native speaker dialogue, and created with each individual learner in mind.

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Parents may have free access to Mango through their local library or another local organization. Mango makes it easy to find libraries that offer free access–simply provide your zip code to find your library. Once you select your local library, you will be redirected to their website to log in with your library card. Accessible through desktop and mobile apps, and has offline availability. Note: Contact your local library if you do not yet have a library card, or are not sure if you have one. Libraries are working harder than ever to provide online resource access to patrons during this time. Some libraries offer eCard sign-up through their website for accessing online resources.