Chinese New Year Activities: Oriental fans with paper plates. Lovely!

Oriental fans with paper plates. This would be great to teach about Asian art in a elementary school art class.

FREE Chinese New Year's Printables for Kids and Easy Recipes with Tai Pei® Spring Rolls & Egg Rolls. It's an easy-entertaining event w/ traditional appetizers - fun for the whole family! From HappyandBlessedHome.com #ChineseNewYear #FreePrintables #EasyRecipes

FREE Chinese New Year Printables for Kids and Easy Recipes

Chinese New Year with delicious recipe ideas, free printables for kids, red lantern craft, and red spring scroll craft from HappyandBlessedHo.

If I had an extra set of hands in the class, I'd attempt doing this with my kids. But alone...probably not. Cute idea though! Chinese new year dragon

Create Town handprint chinese dragon - Using lots of colourful Ready Mixed Paint children can get hand print happy making these fierce Chinese New Year Dragons!

Chinese New Year Celebration from Lakeshore Learning: Kids learn about Chinese customs as they create a dragon puppet to celebrate Chinese New Year!

Special Days Badge - Chinese New Year Celebration from Lakeshore Learning: Kids learn about Chinese customs as they create a dragon puppet to celebrate Chinese New Year!

Chinese New Year...could be tweaked for Social Studies for a cultural unit.

Teacher Bits and Bobs: Chinese New Year Looking ahead to next week, we will be making these fun little Chinese New Year Dragons made totally from die cut shapes.

A simple craft for Chinese New Year needing very little preparation!

In this arts and crafts activity, students make their own dragon puppet for the Chinese New Year. This is a fun way to discuss Chinese culture and traditions.

***FREE*** Poster to decorate for a Chinese New Year theme: “2015 is the Year of the Goat”.   Chinese New Year in 2015 begins on February 19th.

Poster to decorate for a Chinese New Year theme: is the Year of the Goat”. This Chinese zodiac sign (yang) can also be translated as the Year of the Sheep, or Ram, depending on your preference. Chinese New Year in 2015 begins on February


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