Classroom Crafts to Celebrate the Chinese New Year. This year, Chinese New Year begins on February 1st.  Here are some fun and easy ways you can bring some auspicious Chinese New Year fun into your classroom.

Classroom Crafts to Celebrate the Chinese New Year - Classroom Crafts to Celebrate the Chinese New Year. This year, Chinese New Year begins on February Here are some fun and easy ways you can bring some auspicious Chinese New Year fun into your classroom.

Transient art with metal, silver & grey loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Dragons and Castles

Pattern Making Transient art with metal, silver & grey loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Kids of all ages will have fun injecting these squishy castles with bright colors- great for fine motor, cognition, language, and SO MUCH FUN!!

Sensory Art Play: Colorful Gelatin Castles

Borax-Free Golden Glitter Slime Recipe and Tutorial from Fun at Home with Kids

Golden Glitter Slime

Golden Glitter Slime (Borax-Free) from Fun at Home with Kids. Awesome website for craft ideas with little kids!

Maths challenge. Who can build the tallest tower by rolling the dice, before the time runs out.

Good for counting out Maths challenge. Who can build the tallest tower by rolling the dice, before the time runs out.

'I Spy with My Little Eye'... limiting the choice of objects for this popular game - from Rachel (",)

Practical Phonics Activities

Diy kids castle

would make a great cupcake stand for a princess party, or would be a good kid activity- to make cardboard castle using discarded boxes and toilet paper rolls

Castle chandelier

Julia: This castle non electric chandelier can be used in scene 2 at Helga's inn. We could put battery charged lights below the tissue paper, in the tinfoil cup to make it useful. This is fitting because these were popular in the medieval times.

Finger gym - decorate the crowns with gems, jewels and loose parts.

Cc is for Crown; "Finger Gym" Activity: Decorate Crowns with Gems, Jewels & Loose Parts (from TishyLishy)

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