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Kindergarten Day USA and China/Kindergarten Day China and USA

4.4 of 5 stars 4.40  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Experience a day in kindergarten in the USA and China.
Readers spend a school day with two kindergarten classes in this flip-me-over book. First visit a class from Schenectady, New York, and then meet a class from Beijing, China, as children learn and play with their teachers and classmates. Clocks throughout the book show the time in the USA and in China, noting that when
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Paperback, 48 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by Charlesbridge Publishing
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Kerri Harshaw
This is a neat non-fiction book for children when entering Kindergarten at school. The book starts with a typical American Kindergarten day, but when you flip the book over, the typical Kindergarten day for a student in China is shown! A very creative, multicultural text for young children that show similarities and differences in American schools and Chinese schools (and there are even a few Chinese words for you and children to learn too).
Sarah
Here is the third in my international school book series, a book about how schools in China and American are different and the same for Kindergartners. Though I would say they are emphasizing more of the similarities, and that the school in China is clearly not a completely traditional one. The kids sing Happy Birthday, which seems like it needs more explanation. Still it is a fun addition, to see how school is like in two parts of the world.
Karla Talbot
Visit with kindergarteners across the Earth as they go through their daily routine. Use with units on school or cultures of the world.
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