Chinese New Year
Learn all about the Year of the Rooster. Not just a list of facts, this Chinese Zodiac printable can be turned into a coloring page, puppet, or even a placemat.
Celebrating the New Year is all about tradition, and it's different in every culture! Many common traditions are actually based on superstition.
Celebrate the lunar new year by learning about the origin of the Chinese Zodiac with this interesting 5th grade reading comprehension worksheet.
2017 is the Year of the Rooster according to lunar new year. Give this lucky money-filled Chinese zodiac red envelope to someone to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Max's family is preparing for a big party at their house to celebrate lunar new year! Help Max get ready for it with these fun 3rd grade math word problems.
Welcome Chinese New Year with this fun craft activity. Help your 3rd grader color and cut out the Chinese character for good fortune for lunar new year.
Check out this geography worksheet for a colorful introduction to the longest wall in the world: The Great Wall of China!
Step right up to the most famous wall on Earth! Spanning nearly four thousand miles, the Great Wall of China is one of the oldest wonders of the world.
Is your student a geography whiz? Give him a fun challenge with this map of China, where he'll need to label each city on the map!
Read this shortened version of the Monkey King story, then try your hand at writing a new folk tale starring the Monkey King himself!