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You have an opportunity to go to the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo, Japan. First, you need to learn more about the history of the Olympic Games, winter sports, and the country of Japan. Then, plan your events to attend and more fun activities. TEACHERS, YOUR STUDENTS WILL LOVE THIS HIGH-INTEREST UNIT!
Chinese New Year 2018 is the year of the dog! Help your students understand this widely celebrated holiday with this FREE wheel. Print on card stock. Use a fastener to attach cover, spin and find the year you were born!You might want to check out this resource too! Chinese New Year 2018 Early R
Dre the Dragon is celebrating Chinese New Year and needs our help to plan the festivities! This craftivity has kiddos working on multi-step math problems, which are completely differentiated to meet the needs of grades 2-5! Students will complete 5 Chinese New Year themed word problems (multi-step)
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The year is 1603 and the new shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu, has required that your students, experienced samurai, create a training booklet for young samurai to study before they become expert and well-trained samurai. Students will take on the perspective of a trained and experienced adult samurai in 16
This homework is designed to allow students to create a Japanese fan and to write a Tanka poem.Included in the pdf are:1 - Templates for creating the fan2 - Readings about fans and Tanka poems3 - Examples of Japanese fans.4 - Japanese Kanji for animals, emotions, and natural objects.5 - Instructions
Chinese New Year- Year of the Horse 2014 Directions for Hanging Pendant Decoration If you were born in 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002 or 2014, this is your year! Celebrate the Chinese zodiac lunar calendar with this decoration. You can make a hanging pendant following these instructions or take th
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If you are teaching your students about ancient China this is a great project to introduce them to the first 5 dynasties: Xia, Shang, Zhou, Qin, and Han. This project will have them using technology and group skills in order to teach their class about a dynasty! Included in this bundle you will fi
The Great Wall of China will come to life as your students recreate this ancient wonder out of paper! By printing out the sheets on different colors of paper, you gain the view of perspective (areas in the foreground are darker, areas in the background are lighter). Students practice fine motor skil
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NO PREP! You can print this project and have students start it today! This fun project has students research and create an advertisement about an Ancient Chinese invention! There are two different project variations with a separate project page for each - have your students create a video, a class p
Everything you need to create a great Chinese New Year Project! Kids will LOVE making "lucky money" envelopes and deciding what they would do with their money. This is the perfect follow up to my Chinese New Year Power Point (also found in my TpT store)! Gung Hay Fat Choy!
Extend your study of Ancient China using this Chinese Zodiac Project. (My student's favorite project of the year!) Students will research their own zodiac sign, the traits of their sign and the careers that match their sign. They will also research the friends and enemies of signs as well as the zo
Students will create travel brochures, timelines, commercials, advertisements, currencies, newspapers, biography book covers, festival brochures, visuals, talk shows, movie trailers, scrapbooks, poems, speeches, posters, writing assignments, classroom debates, board games and dialogues.
Students will have the opportunity to create the following activities and projects:✓43 Interactive Notebook Activities✓Webquest: Introduction to Japan✓Geography of Japan: Create a Real Estate Advertisement or Commercial✓Create a Timeline: Medieval Japan✓Create Tanka Poems✓Create Currency for Japan’s
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We are currently studying China and the Chinese New Year, and I wanted something that was a bit more ELA based. In this activity, students are asked to read a two page article about the traditions and festivities of Chinese New Year. The students are then asked to step into the shoes of a young boy
Meant for a World Geography/Cultures course but also appropriate for middle or high school World History class. The project examines ancient and Medieval Chinese culture (Confucianism, filial piety, the role of women) by having the students look at a primary source document (The Ballad of Hua-Mulan
This independent project is perfect for middle-schoolers who have been learning about Ancient China. Students will choose what aspect of Ancient Chinese culture they want to investigate and how they want to present their information.
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This project is a really fun and creative way for students to show off what they learned about the Silk Road. Students will create the rules and directions for the game, create the required pieces, and create a colorful and detailed board game.The Resource Includes:✓ Step-by-Step Directions, Requir
Working in collaborative groups, team members take turns reading an article on China’s One-Child Policy Act entitled Too Many In The Family. This article will address the history behind the law, the policy incentives, disobeying the policy, and expectations to the rule. This lesson allows the stude
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Happy Chinese New Year! Includes is a fun craftivity your kids can make for Chinese New Year! First, have your kids color, cut out, and glue their dragon together. Second, have your kids read all of the facts about Chinese New Year. There are 12 facts about Chinese New Year included. Students can
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Students will read a primary source document that was written by an anonymous samurai in the 14th century. It is a fascinating poem that allows our students to understand the outlook, attitude and frame of mind of the samurai. Students will analyze the poem by answering questions and by writing th
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A perfect craft project for your students when you are teaching about The Taj Mahal or about India. All you need is a pair of scissors and the template to make this renowned landmark. Extremely easy to make: Cut (cut out and fold) then write (write the missing information) Thanks for viewing and ho
MATERIALS: Brown paper lunch bag Glue Scissors Markers or crayons What to do To create a paper bag puppet, follow these simple steps: Color all the animal body parts and then cut them out. Glue the tissue paper on the sides of the bag's bottom (the flap). Use glue to attach the various anima
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This project gives students the opportunity to delve deep into the culture and history of a chosen Chinese dynasty. Students can choose to focus their newspaper on one of the following dynasties: Qin, Han, Sui, Tang, Song, Yuan or Ming. While there is a lot of room for creativity and an opportunit

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