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Looking for a curriculum that makes learning fun? You'll find it in Time4Learning's PreK-12 grade online homeschool curriculum.
Text Time4Learning and rotating graphics for math, science, social studies, and language arts

Chinese Folk Tales and Literature  (Y, M, O, T)

Free China & Ping Lapbook Downloads  (Y,T)
From HomeschoolShare; includes links at the bottom of the page for Ping lapbook & gameboard downloads

Chinese New Year Unit  (Y)
Unit Study on Chinese New Year. Grades 2-3

Chinese festival coloring pages  (Y,M,O,T)
From accessed through Wayback Archive

Chinese worksheets for teachers  (Y,M,O,T)
From accessed through Wayback Archive

Imperialism in China  (O)
The Open-Door Policy and Nationalist Rebellion. Student webquest for high school students

Chinese Stories  (M)
Literature based study that looks at culture and government in China

Chinese New Year Unit  (Y)
Learn how to make a paper lantern and all about the Chinese New Year.

Mr. Donn's: China Past and Present  (Y)
Lesson Plans for Teachers, interactive activities for kids and great resources for everyone.

DLTK's Custom Dominos  (Y)
Great tool for any holiday or unit study theme. Pick a theme for your dominoes and then choose color or black and white before printing.

Chinese for Kids  (Y,M)
Chinese for Kids offers teachers an easy and enjoyable range of learning materials for the study of the Chinese language. Geared to late elementary and middle school children.

Ancient China  (M,T)
From the British Museum. Geared towards schoolchildren aged 9-11. Lesson plans and links to:Crafts, Artisans, Geography, Tombs, Ancestors, and Writing.

Crafts and Activities for Chinese New Year  (Y)
Crafts for younger children using materials found around the house.

Scholastic global trek - China  (Y,M,O,T)
From Global Trek. Scholastic's Global Trek is a way for students to travel to countries around the world without ever having to leave their classroom. When students arrive in the country of their choice they are supplied with a suggested travel itinerary. This itinerary offers them links to background information and a chance to read about the country's people.

Virtual China  (Y,M,O,T)

Kid's literature featuring China  (Y,M)
Book list for kids written about China.

All About The Great Wall Of China  (Y)
All About The Great Wall Of China

Daily Life in Ancient China  (Y)
Mr Donn's lesson plans and activities about China for kids & teachers

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