Lunar New Year: DIY Paper Fortune Cookies - Evite
Chinese New Year #DIY fortune cookie favors. #EviteGatherings
10 Chinese New Year crafts and activities for kids - NurtureStore
Celebrate the Chinese New Year with your children with these 10 Chinese New Year crafts and activities. 10 Chinese New Year crafts and activities for kids Make an egg box dragon craft Or paint and paste a dragon Make your own fortune cookies Make Chinese paper lanterns – great scissor practise for kids […]
Chinese New Year sensory play with spice play dough - NurtureStore
Chinese New Year sensory play with Chinese spice play dough recipe - plus a complete lesson plan for Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year
I’m a little late, Chinese New Year was Sunday February 10th. Plus it’s a long while since I’ve posted anything. There have been things I have wanted to blog but not actually take…
Make Lucky Chinese Playdough!
2 cups of flour 2 cups of colored water (I used Wilton "Red Red" Food dye - is bright red!) 1 Tbsp. of cooking oil 2 Tbsp. cream of tartar 1 cup of salt Directions: Place all of the ingredients in a medium size pan. Cook on medium heat and stir it until the playdough thickens. Knead the dough until smooth. I let the children knead the glitter into the dough. I add gold and red glitter to make it "lucky" Chinese playdough! I sprinkle the glitter on the table for the children to knead into the…
Chinese New Year Dragon Puppets - Early Years Inspiration
Dragons are traditionally associated with the Chinese New Year celebrations and these lovely dragon puppets give young children the chance to get creative whilst learning about cultures of the world.
The Chinese New Year Story
To celebrate Chinese New Year 2015 we are participating in the Chinese New Year Series hosted by Multicultural Kid Blog and have created an activity based
A child psychologist friend once told me that he kept a doll house in his office, explaining that he could often learn more about a child while playing "family" than in any number of hours of traditional talk therapy. I'm no therapist, but I can certainly see the potential there. "I'm this baby." "I'm the mommy bunny." "I'm a baby too." "But I'm the littler baby." "I want to be the littlest baby." Just in how they choose their roles, there's a whole world of aspiration and query. Over the…
Chinese New Year
Noodle exploration for Chinese New Year :-) This has been really popular with the children. I added some utensils and pots, bu...