Chinese New Year
Chinese months are reckoned by the lunar calendar, with each month beginning on the darkest day. New Year festivities traditionally start on the first day of the month and continue until the fifteenth, when the moon is brightest. In China, people may take weeks of holiday from work to prepare for and celebrate the New Year.
Chinese New Year project - learn to write the 'horse' character in Chines, then turn it onto a horse with watercolor!• Artchoo
Red envelope printable for Chinese New Year.
TLC Cooking "Symbolic Chinese New Year Foods"
Craftiments: Chinese New Year paper cutting craft for children, includes free paper-cut patterns for the Year of the Horse
Horse template for drawing and collage
Dragons with piece of yarn - Love this - would be a great lesson for Shape and Pattern along with Asian art
Craft project with kids: Chinese Paper Cutting pattern - character, "spring" for spring festival.
Fold origami paper into chopstick holders