Last edited by Goltinos
Sunday, July 26, 2020 | History

7 edition of If I Were a Kid in Ancient China found in the catalog.

If I Were a Kid in Ancient China

Children of the Ancient World (If I Were a Kid in. . .)

by Cobblestone Publishing

  • 400 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Cricket Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile literature,
  • History - General History,
  • Children: Grades 1-2,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s 9-12 - History - General,
  • Ancient - Egypt,
  • Asia - China,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction / History / Ancient,
  • Children,
  • History - Ancient,
  • 221 B.C.-960 A.D,
  • China,
  • Social life and customs

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9448491M
    ISBN 100812679318
    ISBN 109780812679311
    OCLC/WorldCa68373327

    Boats were an important way of getting around in Ancient China. Wooden sailing ships, called junks, were used by merchants to carry goods along rivers and canals or by sea. They were also used by pirates, who stole from the merchant ships. Junks were the first ships to have rudders, which allowed them to be steered easily. Ancient China!" Ancient China for Kids - Amazing facts, incredible images and super videos of this awesome civilisation. Ancient history books for kids - a fun and fascinating way for young readers to discover more about ancient China - the origins, society, inventions, wars and army.

    Hair was considered important in Ancient China. Men tied their hair into a knot on top of their head and cover it with a square cloth or a hat. Women braided and coiled up their hair in various styles and then decorated it with hairpins. Girls were not allowed to curl up their hair with hairpins until they were married. This Qin-dynasty legal text (c. BCE), written on bamboo strips, was excavated in China in According to Qin law, men guilty of killing children born to them were punished by becoming wall builders; the equivalent punishment for women was servitude as grain pounders.

      Historical Tales (A Story of Ancient China) series by Jessica Gunderson. I found these great beginning chapter books at the library. They are a very interesting and accurate historical fiction series that brings Ancient China to life. Great if you are also combining any museums of, say, Terracotta Warriors. The illustrated children's encyclopedia of the ancient world: tep back in time to discover the wonders of the stone age, ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, ancient Rome, the Aztecs and Maya, the Incas, ancient China and ancient Japan (Juvenile). London: Southwater (distr. Anness Publishing),


Share this book
You might also like
last gentleman

last gentleman

Cry, the Beloved Country

Cry, the Beloved Country

Hot Wheels

Hot Wheels

Whats wrong with the world.

Whats wrong with the world.

Machu my Picchu

Machu my Picchu

Nomination

Nomination

Fungal parasitism.

Fungal parasitism.

Honey, I blew up the kid

Honey, I blew up the kid

Multigrid methods

Multigrid methods

Introduction to ecotoxicology

Introduction to ecotoxicology

Audit planning and control.

Audit planning and control.

My Day

My Day

Bahudhā and the post 9/11 world

Bahudhā and the post 9/11 world

Recessions matter for State tax collections

Recessions matter for State tax collections

Smart Speaking

Smart Speaking

Bleak spring

Bleak spring

Gold placer deposits near Fairbanks Alaska

Gold placer deposits near Fairbanks Alaska

If I Were a Kid in Ancient China by Cobblestone Publishing Download PDF EPUB FB2

If I Were a Kid in Ancient China: Children of the Ancient World Hardcover – Febru by Cobblestone Publishing (Author) out of 5 stars 8 ratings4/5(8). If I Were a Kid in Ancient China book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. What modern boy or girl wouldn’t want to be called “Preci /5.

If YOU were a kid in the ancient world, everything would be different&#x;or WOULD it. Kids today share many of the same experiences as kids who lived in the ancient world&#x;even though thousands of years have gone by.

If YOU were a kid living in ancient China Would you go to school Author: Cricket Media. If I Were A kid in Ancient China (If I Were A kid in Ancient) - Kindle edition by Media, Cricket.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading If I Were A kid in Ancient China (If I Were A kid in Ancient).4/5(8).

If I Were a Kid in Ancient China by Ken Sheldon,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. If I Were a Kid in Ancient China: Ken Sheldon: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience/5(6).

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for If I Were a Kid In Ser.: If I Were a Kid in Ancient China: Children of the Ancient World by Ken Sheldon, Lou Waryncia, Cricket Books Staff and Inc.

Staff Cobblestone Publishing (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. An excellent book to engage children and teach them about ancient Greece. I got this book for my kids as they were doing a project on ancient Greece and found it an excellent source of information and good supplement to google/5(5).

If I Were a Kid in Ancient Egypt takes readers through daily life in a vibrant culture that pioneered paper, linen, irrigation, medicine, and much more, and shows how these inventions came about and how they affected the culture’s younger citizens.

The Amazon Book /5(15). Ancient China was one of the most amazing civilizations in history. In the 5th century BCE it was made up of several rival kingdoms.

These were conquered by the king of the state of Qin, who became the First Emperor in BCE. The Chinese people became unified as one kingdom, which lasted for about 2, years. In ancient China, the birth of a boy was always more important than the birth of a girl. Girls from poor families might be sold as servants to rich families.

But kids in ancient China were loved. If a family had to give up a child, it was because they could not afford to feed them, not because they did not want them.

If I Were a Kid in Ancient China offers a fascinating look at the daily life of children growing up many years ago - and how it compares to life today.

File Size: KB to Sourcing From China Book 1) The Import Bible Part 3: Take your importing business to the next level, go to China.

Business in China The Great Wall of. Made in China --Life in ancient China --Dressed for success --Pottery pigs & papier-mâché --Lotus feet --At school with Confucius --Bamboo books & word pictures --The world of China --A visit to Chang'an --Dynasties --Along the Silk Road --Religion on the road.

Series Title: Children of the ancient world. Responsibility. The Dynasties of China: A History by Bamber Gascoigne. ; Ancient China by Dale Anderson. Treasures of China: The Glories of the Kingdom of the Dragon by John D.

Chinnery. You are in Ancient China by Ivan Minnis. Exploring Ancient China by Elaine Landau. Eyewitness Books: Ancient China by Arthur Cotterell. The People of Ancient China. Ancient China was rich in art, culture, and religious beliefs.

These played a big part in their way of life and their view of how things should be done. There were three major religions that affected their philosophies: Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism.

Most historians agree that civilization occurred sometime around BCE along the Yellow River. China was home to one of the four early civilizations found around the world. However, China is different from the other civilizations. The culture that developed in Ancient China thousands of years ago became the nation of China that exists today.

Ancient China Qin Dynasty The Qin Dynasty established the first empire in China, starting with efforts in B.C., during which the Qin leaders engulfed six Zhou Dynasty states. In the beginning, only older boys in ancient China were allowed to go to school, but not all older boys. Boys from rich, important families got an education, but boys from poor families didn't.

Ancient China. Anne Kinney, University of Virginia [Literary Excerpt] Annotation. The "Patterns of the Family," is drawn from The Book of Rites, a text that defined Confucian rituals of all kinds. It is important to note that Confucianism was not an organized religion, but viewed the family as the main locus of worship and the head of each.

Gain instant access to this beautifully designed Unit on Ancient China, where kids will learn all about The Chinese Dynasties, Ancient Chinese Society, Legacies of Ancient China, The Great Wall, and more. Access 3 different reading levels perfect for Grades Written by subject experts, aligns with standards.

There are many ancient Chinese legends that explain the traditions and phenomenons of the modern world. With a great collection of ancient love stories, legends about the creation of the world and festival traditions – story time in China is never boring.

Here is a summary of 5 famous Chinese legends. “If You Were Me and Lived In Ancient China” lets you and your child travel back in time and explore Ancient China during the Han dynasty through the eyes of a child.

The book follows a similar pattern to her other books in the “If You Were Me and Lived In ” series, only this book focuses on the History of the s: The Ancient Chinese were experts at inventing new things.

Many of their inventions, such as paper and printing, the magnetic compass, and gunpowder, changed the world. Other Chinese inventions include the wheelbarrow and the bristle toothbrush. They invented the seismometer for measuring earthquakes. They were the first people to make cast iron.From BCE to China was united under a single great kingdom.

The people’s name for China was the “Middle Kingdom,” because it seemed to them to be the center of the world. Generally, China kept itself apart from other countries and for many years remained untouched by outside influences.