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Homeschooling: All Things

Great Ancient China Projects You Can Build Yourself by Nomad Press

So remember not too long ago I did a review on a lapbook on Asia. Well I received a book on Great Ancient China projects you can build yourself to go along with our Asia study. Of course like any good study goes, it starts out with a timeline.

 We are learning about Ancient China, major dynasties through history, what it encompasses to be a ruler of China, the life of Confucius, figuring out about their economy back then and the things they made that made China so famous and the best thing is inventions like stirrups, feng shui, gunpowder, paper, movable type and even making of our own ink are just some of the projects that we are building together. We also have been learning about the history of architecture, religion, trade etc and they are all combined with step-by-step instructions for creating Chinese inventions but the best part is you are using ordinary household materials to build your projects. That money saving and time saving.

 There are 130 pages of exciting, fact filled information that is interactive and this activity guide explores the unbelievable resourcefulness and history of ancient China with more than 20 hands-on projects. Ahhh, but it is written so it does not bore the children or me. We have been enjoying this book so much and we have learned more then I would ever imagine about Ancient China.

 I highly recommend Great Ancient China projects you can build yourself. This has been a breathtaking study for us. This book by Nomad Press sells for $11.95 and is worth every penny.  And Nomad Press makes many other books just like this one. Check out Nomad Press’s page on Currclick

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