If you try to raise a bilingual child, you might know the importance of a playdate. I have a post talking about this topic: How to Set Up a Playdate for Learning Mandarin Chinese.
However, before you set up a playdate, you have to know some parents first. In this topic, I am going to share my experience about how to set up a parents club.
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We will sing a song in Mandarin Chinese: ten little friends (十个小朋友)(shi2 ge4 xiao3 peng2 you3).
If you don’t know how to count numbers in Mandarin-Chinese, you have to learn number song first, then come back to learn this song.
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We will appreciate a Mandarin-Chinese Tang poem written by 王之涣( wáng,zhī huàn ): 登鹳雀楼( dēng guàn què lóu ).
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I will teach you this simple but beautiful song: happy birthday to you(祝你生日快乐)(zhu4 ni3 sheng1 ri4 kuai4 le4) in Mandarin-Chinese.
Next time, you can sing this beautiful song in both English and Mandarin-Chinese at your family or friend’s birthday party.
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This history story is about Mother Meng. Her son, Mencius(孟子) (meng4 zi3), was a famous educator, philosopher and politician in Chinese history during Warring states period.
Continue reading “Chinese Idiom Story: Mother Meng Relocated Three Times”