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.
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!
Ideal for children with transporting or enveloping schemas who enjoy repeatedly filling and emptying.Chinese New Year Sensory Tray from Rachel (",)
"lucky Chinese play dough" for Chinese new year! red with gold glitter. Also add Chinese 5 spice
Celebrating Diversity With Chinese New Year Activities (motor skills)
Illustrated Chinese New Year song telling the story of the great race which determined the order in which the animal years began.
Chinese New Year. Noodles (wool) on the Finger Gym from Rachel (",)
Chinese new year interest corner.
let's go fly a kite: Tutorial: How to Set up a Chinese New Year Dramatic Play Centre
Chinese New Year inspired Maths area from Stimulating Learning with Rachel. Great for Early Maths & festivals.
Sensory noodle play for Chinese New Year
Mark Making /Chinese new year
Chinese New Year sensory play Chinese spice play dough.what could we provide alongside dough to spark conversation around chinese culture and artefacts?
Really neat idea for a Chinese New Year themed sensory box. Thank you Teacher Tom, once again, for your vast wealth of knowledge and ideas :) sensory table water
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.
Chinese New Year. transient patterns from Rachel (",)
Bottle painting wall art idea maybe a DIY on a canvas
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy.
Ideas for Chinese crafts for kids at Chinese New Year, including Cherry Blossom inspired Chinese fans, Painting with coin printing and more.
Some new twists on making Chinese New Year lanterns out of paper--decorate with glitter paint