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Lon Po Po Enrichment Activities

by Ed Young


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Lon Po Po

This is the Chinese version of the traditional story of Little Red Riding Hood. Three sisters, Shang, Tao, and Paotze, must defend themselves against a frightening wolf while their mother is away visiting their grandmother for her birthday.

Enrichment Activities
Internet Resources
Books by Ed Young


Enrichment Activities

    Venn Diagram
  • Have your students use this Venn diagram to compare two classic children's books: Lon Po Po and Little Red Riding Hood.

    Creative Connections for Lon Po Po
  • These creative ideas in math, art, and social studies will help you have fun with your students as they learn about this wonderful children's book.

    The Wolf's View
  • Discuss the story with your class from the wolf's point of view. Create a new version of Lon Po Po, adding characters and/or a new setting.

    Chinese Inventions Word Search
  • Learn about the everyday things that were invented in China. Your students can make a list of items they have used that the Chinese invented.

    Chinese Symbols
  • Reproduce these Chinese symbols with your students for your classroom bulletin board.

Internet Resources

Chinese Culture
Grade Levels: Primary, Middle, Secondary
This site contains pictures and descriptions of Chinese culture.
http://www.chinaonyourmind.com/culture%20center/culture.htm

Little Red Riding Hood
Grade Levels: Primary, Middle, Secondary
Read the famous story of Little Red Riding Hood.
http://www.fln.vcu.edu/grimm/redridinghood.html

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