Chinese New Year Game: chopstick transfer, but use some kind of smaller food item instead of cotton balls to make it harder for older 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…
Chinese New Year - Stimulating Learning
Activities for Early Years children, linked with Chinese New Year - from Rachel (",)
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 72,736 likes · 31,674 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and...
I've not written much this year about our preparations for Chinese New Year, which starts on Sunday (although we'll be "officially" recognizing it on Monday) because I've already written so much about it in past years and there's really not much new to our celebrations from year to year. This, of course, is part of what traditions are all about: repeating those things that have meaning for us, that tie us together as a community, and that remind us of our shared aspirations, hopes and…