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Ways to Expose Your Child in the Chinese Language and Culture in LA Outside of School

*Ask your child what s/he learned in Chinese class at school.

*Ask your child to read Chinese books, poems, idioms, phrases to you even if you don't understand. 

*Encourage your child to keep a journal of daily events in Chinese.

*Listen to the Better Chinese (Volume 3) CD.

*Listen to the stories/CD's borrowed from our classroom.

*Attend Chinese cultural events

*Visit the following libraries who have a large selection of Chinese books for children

-LA Public Library (Chinatown Branch)

-San Marino Public Library

-Arcadia Public Library

-Alhambra Public Library

*Check out the following Chinese bookstores:

-SUP Bookstore on Garvey/Atlantic in Monterey Park (in the new 24-fitness/movie theater plaza)

-New World bookstore on Duarte / Golden West in Arcadia (in the 99 Ranch Market Plaza)

*Visit Chinatown, San Gabriel, Arcadia, Monterey Park, Hacienda Heights, Rowland  etc.

*Visit the Chinese Garden at the Huntington Library in San Marino

*Shop at Chinese Supermarkets i.e. 99 Ranch Market, Arcadia Market, etc.

*Label your house or child's room with Chinese words. 

*Listen to AM 1300 Radio. (Check for appropriate times.)

*Watch KSCI Channel 18. (Check for appropriate times.)

*Watch Ni-Hao Kai-lan on Nick Jr. Channel.

*Find a pen pal to write to in China, Taiwan, Singapore, or Hong Kong

*Sign-up for Chinese Contests

*Try Chinese Food: Seafood, Dim Sum, Cafe; Porridge; Breakfast, Fruit, Snacks, Hor d'oeuvres!