Published on March 26, 2008
CHINAThe Five Themes of Geography: CHINA The Five Themes of Geography Location Where is China?: Location Where is China? Hint: China is on the continent of Asia (blue) LocationWhere is China?: Location Where is China? China is located in Asia in the Eastern Hemisphere. It borders, or touches, the Pacific Ocean. Location: Location Click here to find another map of China. Print the map out and then hit the back arrow to come back. Lightly color China on the map. Find the page on your step book that says Location. Glue your map on this page and write a sentence that tells where China is located. Can you name some countries that border China? Place The Land, People, and Animals of China: Place The Land, People, and Animals of China Find the page on your step book that says PLACE. Click on the following Internet sites to answer the questions on that page. All About China Longest Rivers The Great Wall of China Map Picture Food Animals in China Relationship Between Humans and the Environment: Relationship Between Humans and the Environment Over half of the people who live in China are farmers. The major crops grown are grains such as rice, wheat and millet, and potatoes, tea, cotton and oil seeds. Relationship Between Humans and the Environment: Relationship Between Humans and the Environment Did you know? Silk is a product of southern China. It is made from the cocoon of the silkworm moth. Over 100 cocoons are required to make one ounce of silk yarn. Why is the Panda in Trouble?: Why is the Panda in Trouble? Relationship Between Humans and the Environment: Relationship Between Humans and the Environment Click here to read about why the panda needs help. Print out a picture of the panda and color it. Find the Relationship Between Humans and the Environment part of your step book, glue your panda picture here and write about why the panda is endangered. MovementHow do people move?: Movement How do people move? If you live in China, you will need to know how to ride a bike! Riding bicycles is a popular way to move from one place to another inside China. MovementHow do ideas move?: Movement How do ideas move? Who do you think invented the first kite? Click here to read how the Chinese used kites long ago. MovementHow would you get to China?: Movement How would you get to China? After all you are learning about China you might decide you would like to go for a real visit! What are different ways you might travel to China? Find the MOVEMENT section of your step book, tell how you would travel to China and why? Draw a picture that shows you on your journey to China. Region: Region One way to learn about a region is to study the language that is written and spoken there. Click here to see how to write the Chinese numbers from 1 to 10. When you finish, make sure to take the Quiz! Find the REGION section of your step book, write the Chinese numbers from 1 to 10. Did you enjoy learning about China?: Did you enjoy learning about China? Congratulations! You have finished your Five Themes of Geography Step Book about China. FOR THOSE WHO FINISH EARLY Turn on the back, draw and color the flag of China. If you want to learn more visit the Internet sites below! To see interesting pictures, click here. To read more about China, click here.