China, officially the People’s Republic of China, has the largest population in the world.  The country is known for its historic sites, such as the Great Wall of China, the magnificent Forbidden City, and the Terracotta Army.

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Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

April 18, 2017

Celebrate Chinese New Year with crafts and literacy activities.  Students follow written directions to make a banner and lantern, play a traditional Chinese game, complete a dumpling sequencing activity, and more

China Research Project

A China Odyssey

By Julie Yeros | May 2, 2017

A China Odyssey is a guest post by Jennifer DeCristoforo, the author of Lucky Bamboo Book of Crafts.   I’m so pleased to be invited to do a guest post for Globe Trottin’ Kids. For many years I have devoted a big part of my life helping to grow world citizens, so I’m incredibly inspired…

Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival

By Julie Yeros | September 23, 2015

“Jong-chyoh-jyeah dweye-ler!” Happy Mid-Autumn Festival! On Sunday, September 27 Chinese families will gather to celebrate this official holiday that is also known as the Chinese Moon Festival.  The traditions of the festival center around the moon, and the belief that a full moon is a symbol of peace and prosperity.  The festival is held on the night…