Homemade Fortune Cookies for Chinese New Year. by ifood.tv #Fortune_Cookies #Chinese_New_Year

Homemade Fortune Cookies for a Chinese New Year party. Fill these yummy homemade fortune cookies with cute "fortunes." Kids will have a blast with this fortune cookie recipe!

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.

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.

Make beautiful cherry blossom art with this free 'blossom branch' template. Experiment with finger painting, buttons, beads.....a great Chinese New Year activity for children of all ages

Make beautiful cherry blossom art with this free 'blossom branch' template. Experiment with finger painting, buttons, beads.a great Chinese New Year activity for children of all ages

Make beautiful cherry blossom art with this free 'blossom branch' template. Experiment with finger painting, buttons, beads.....a great Chinese New Year activity for children of all ages

Make beautiful cherry blossom art with this free 'blossom branch' template. Experiment with finger painting, buttons, beads.a great Chinese New Year activity for children of all ages

How to make Chinese lantern - two easy Chinese New Year crafts for kids

How to make Chinese lanterns

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.

Chine 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 Story  - Pop over to our site at www.twinkl.co.uk and check out our lovely Chinese New Year primary teaching resources! chinese new year, chinese story, story, story of the animals #chinese_new_year #teaching_resources

If you didn't already know, it's the Chinese New Year today! Otherwise known as Spring Festival. So we wanted to wish our Chinese clients a very happy new year!

Chinese New Year Sensory Tray from Rachel (",)

Chinese New Year Sensory Tray

Ideal for children with transporting or enveloping schemas who enjoy repeatedly filling and emptying.Chinese New Year Sensory Tray from Rachel (",)


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