Make a Chinese New Year Dragon
Guided Rd. Level I
Teach readers how to make their very own Chinese New Year dragon! With this step-by-step instructional nonfiction book, children will learn about a different culture through craft making. Featuring Time For Kids© content, this book introduces readers to a Chinese New Year parade, giving context to the craft. Vibrant images, easy-to-read text, content-area vocabulary, a picture glossary of required tools, and a Words To Know list help readers develop their reading skills and fine motor skills while introducing social studies concepts.
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