CS11 are studying Ancient China.


Play Mahjongg

Chinese New Year Games

The Red Envelopes Game


The Great Wall of China

Anything you ever wanted to know about Ancient China…

Time For Kids Homework Helpers: China


History for Kids

The Tang Dynasty: Look for information about ancient clothing. How could you wear your hair?


The Mandate of Heaven

Timeline showing Dynasties

Xia Dynasty

Shang and Chou Dynasties

Qin Dynasty

Han Dynasty

Tang Dynasty

Song Dynasty

Ming Dynasty


Chinese Calligraphy

Learn Chinese

Basic Chinese Phrases


Write some Chinese Words

Ancient Chinese Dragons


5 Responses to “Ancient China: 2008 Topic”

  1. 1 taylor 3 June, 2008 at 5:24 pm

    an empire generally made up of a lot of states joined together

  2. 2 taylor 3 June, 2008 at 5:35 pm

    People in China worshipped lots of different gods – weather gods and sky gods AND also a higher god who ruled over the other gods called Shang-Ti.

  3. 3 fern 6 June, 2008 at 8:48 pm

    hi cs11 its fern i just looked up about ancient china. i have printed a report. so when we go back to school i’ll bring it. i hope you like it hi vashti by i’v got to go now by cs11

  4. 4 chris 9 June, 2008 at 5:25 pm

    hi cs11
    i fond something about china
    china was bilt 5,000 years ago and many people
    came and blew it up

    from chris

  5. 5 Daniel 29 June, 2008 at 6:37 pm

    Hi Vashti

    I really like our topic. Anceint China is incrdenbly awsome! I like evreything we study about ANCEINT CHINA! I really like the writing.

    Femo says his Hi on Monday!



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