Ancient China 
by Kathleen W. Deady
and Muriel L. Dubois


Other books in Early Civilizations Series:

Ancient Egypt


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Published by Capstone Press

(Social Studies, Grades 3-9,

Early Civilizations Series )


Spring 2004
ISBN: 0 7368 2466 9


48 pages

Reading level grades 3-4

Interest level grades 3-9



Did you know?


Around 5000 B.C., the Yangshao settled
in villages along the Huang He River, or 
Yellow River, in northern China. Around
3000 B.C, the Longshan built villages
further south and east around
 the mouth of the Yangtze River.


The ancient Chinese invented the abacus
 to do math. The abacus is often called
the first calculator.


Many everyday items that we use
today, such as umbrellas, chopsticks,
and kites, were invented by
the ancient Chinese.


Read lots of fun facts about Ancient China.  
Learn about the history, achievements,
and legacy of one of the oldest civilizations
in the world.  



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