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Let's Go Geography: China (Asia)


This stand-alone lesson from the Let’s Go Geography curriculum can be used as a multi-level (grades K-5th) single unit study. Teaching resources include video clips from the internet, pictures from the country with explanatory captions, and suggested library books. Activities include finding and coloring things on a map, coloring the flag and gluing it in place, a Notebooking page to write about what you learned, and coloring & crafts. The coloring page features a statue of a mythical creature, and the Craft Activity is a paper/crepe paper/popsicle stick dragon for your own mini-Chinese-New-Year parade. With all the hands-on activities, this lesson works well in a homeschool or small classroom.

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File Last Updated:
January 05, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on January 05, 2019.