DisneyNature’s Born in China Activity Packet!

Disclosure: This post featuring Disneynature’s Born in China is sponsored by our friends at Netflix, and I am a member of the Netflix #StreamTeam. Thank you, Netflix! All opinions are my own.

DisneyNature’s Born in China is a great film to stream on Netflix for a family movie night, just in time for Chinese New Year (February 16th)! Thanks to Netflix Streaming, you can enjoy the beautiful nature scenes of China from the comfort of your own living room. Be sure to scroll down to get your free printable activity packet and educator’s guide!

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DisneyNature's Born in China Activity Packet!

 

About DisneyNature’s Born in China:

Born in China chronicles the lives of a mother giant panda and her cub, a mother snow leopard, and a golden snub-nosed monkey. We enjoyed learning how these animals hunt and play in their native habitats! The film contains some of the most beautiful footage! It was especially fascinating to see how the animals of China relate to one another and deal with the hardships of the Winter season. My 8 and 12 year old really enjoyed this film! Born in China is rated G and is 1 hour 19 minutes in length.

To help give you a better idea of what this film is about, here is the official trailer:

You can even watch Born in China right now using Netflix Streaming! Don’t have a Netflix Streaming account? You can sign up for a free one month trial here!

Watch Born in China on Netflix Streaming

Get Your Free Printable DisneyNature’s Born in China Activity Packet:

The Born in China activity packet is 24 pages packed full of fun crafts, educational puzzles, and helpful background information. And it’s FREE!

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Educator’s Guide Free Printable:

For our teacher and homeschooling friends, be sure to get your copy of the Born in China Educator’s Guide. This FREE 72 page guide is designed to help you facilitate classroom discussions and introduce students to a variety of topics, such as: habitats and ecosystems, biodiversity, learned behaviors, life cycle, and more! Includes lesson plans for grades 2-6.

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