Great Ancient China Projects You Can Build Yourself by
  

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Great Ancient China Projects You Can Build Yourself by

From Buddhism, feng shui, and porcelain pottery to gunpowder, dynasties, and trade routes, this interactive activity guide explores the incredible ingenuity and history of ancient China with more than 20 hands-on projects. Comprehensive coverage of the ancient cultureeverything from the daily lives of both the rich and poor to the history of architecture, dynasties, religion, trade, and scienceare combined with step-by-step instructions for creating Chinese inventions with ordinary household materials. Key vocabulary, time lines, and factual sidebars are included to further educate young readers about this innovative society and its continuing influence on modern culture.

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What a fun book! Use it on weekends, holidays, and vacation to keep kids busy and having fun. Bookselling This Week, American Booksellers Association Candy for the eyes and the brain... Activities include making a Chinese puppet, an abacus, a miniyurt, a compass, a paper snowflake, ice cream and a Chinese string instrument. The Gazette.net

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128 pages

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1st June 2008

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9781934670682


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