India Welcome to our 2012-2013 destination! Previous Next Welcome India! Home to the world's highest mountain range, the Himalaya. Join us as we journey to Asia. Here, you’ll find resources to help you take a adventure to India. Enjoy! DID YOU KNOW? India is part of the continent of Asia. FACT #01 The Lotus is the national flower of India. FACT #02 There are 22 official languages in India with Hindi being the most commonly spoken language. FACT #03 Society throughout India is divided into social ranks, called castes. Caste is determined by birth and there is almost no way to change it. FACT #04 India is the seventh largest country in the world. FACT #05 India borders seven countries: Afghanistan, Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and Bangladesh. FACT #06 The Tiger is the national animal of India. FACT #07 The capital city is New Delhi, while the most populated city is Mumbai. FACT #08 The peacock is the national bird of India. FACT #09 India is the only country in the world with both lions and tigers. FACT #10 Previous Next Resources Travel Documents India Annual Report (PDF) Kid’s Corner Bharatanatyam Dancer Page (PDF) Counting Our Way Through India (PDF) Dewali Festival - Worksheet (PDF) India Report (3-5) India Report (K-2) Journal Page (PDF) K-2 Number Words II - 120905 (PDF) Kathak Dancer Page (PDF) Kuchipudi Dancer Page (PDF) Number Words II - 120801 (PDF) Number Words II - 120824 (PDF) Odissi Dancer Page (PDF) Rangoli Art - Worksheet (PDF) The Map and Flag of India - Worksheet (PDF) Traditional Indian Clothing - Worksheet (PDF) 3-5 Number Words II - 120903 (PDF) Bansuri Worksheet (PDF) Links to sites on India (PDF) plan a visit Bring a unique experience to your students and yourself! Talk to us about planning a trip. Plan a Trip!