17 of the Best Books Promoting Chinese Culture for Kids

17 of the Best Books Promoting Chinese Culture for Kids

These picture books about China are a wonderful way to promote Chinese culture for kids. They bring the culture and traditions of China alive for your students.

17 Books Promoting Chinese Culture for Kids

Chinese Culture for Kids

China is a country full of history and wonderful traditions. Read these picture books about China as a wonderful way to promote Chinese culture for kids.

Before getting to the books I have found some websites that go into more detail about how China, its culture, traditions and daily life. There are also a few videos you can use with your students.

Chinese Culture for Kids: Online Resources

For your information, National Geographic Kids has 30 interesting facts about China from the ancient to the modern. If you want to learn a few words and phrases in Mandarin try Miss Panda Chinese YouTube channel. She presents fun and engaging songs, movement and stories to learn Mandarin.

Here a few more China related resources for your classroom.

Chinese Culture for Kids: Videos

Picture Books About China

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Some of these books about China touch on Chinese New Year, however, you can also find a dedicated list of books illustrating how Chinese New Year is celebrated.

In Conclusion...

Do you use any other picture books or resources for promoting Chinese culture for kids and celebrating China and its culture and traditions? Add any recomended books, videos and activities in the comments below.

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2 thoughts on “17 of the Best Books Promoting Chinese Culture for Kids”

  1. While some of these books are great, a lot of these books are written by caucasians. Too bad. I’d have liked to see this list comprised by books written by Chinese about their own culture rather than people appropriating from a minority.

    1. You are so right Laurel! I am also looking for new books to update my lists and make them more diverse. If you have any suggestions, please get in touch!

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