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    Culture & Movement Activity for Kids. Get kids bodies moving with this fun activity with the Chinese Calendar.

    Culture & Movement Activity for Kids

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    Chopstick painting by Teach Preschool. Great for fine motor skills

    Chopstick painting

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    Chinese New Year drum craft for kids - Gift of Curiosity

    Chinese New Year drum craft for kids - Gift of Curiosity

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    DIY Chinese paper lanterns, slit tube.

    living on the crafty side of life: paper lanterns

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    Suggested thematic reading list for Chinese New Year - Chinese New year books for kids.

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    One day in class, Orange Peel—who got her nickname by eating orange peels when she was little—and her classmates learn about China. Everyone starts to ask Orange Peel questions about the country because they know that’s where she was born. But she doesn’t have all the answers. So Orange Peel joins her mother on her neighborhood errands to find out.

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    Happy Chinese New Year! Decorate your home with these easy to make Soda Bottle Cherry Blossoms.

    Soda Bottle Cherry Blossoms - Fun Family Crafts

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    Create a photo book of famous structures from around the world to use in your block center. Great for kindergarten, preschool, and homeschool classrooms! Includes a link for a free 30-page structure book!

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    Chinese New Year Lion Dance

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    Chinese New Year Story Great Cartoon Video for Little Kids Story time Kids - YouTube

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    Happy Chinese New Year!

    The Tiger Chinese New Year Shuffle

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    Chinese Dominoes Addition Worksheet >> Part of the Chinese New Year 2014 Packet.

    Chinese New Year 2014

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    Chinese New Year ---sayings to place in fortune cookie craft and names

    First Grade O.W.L.s: Gung Hay Fat Choy and a Freebie!

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    Chinese New Year

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    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.

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    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 #twinkl #resources

    Chinese New Year Story

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    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.

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    Red Ted Art's Blog » Blog Archive Chinese New Year for Kids - Paper Snake » Red Ted Art's Blog

    Chinese New Year for Kids - Paper Snake - Red Ted Art's Blog

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    Chinese New Year sensory table: rice, chopsticks, take out containers, red envelopes, small baskets

    Teacher Tom: "Xie Xie"

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    China Unit Study- some great homeschool activities by a creative mum! www.luckybamboocr...

    The Pinay Homeschooler: Asia ~ China [2]

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    January 31 - Year of the Horse. Chinese Tracing Characters: Free Printables for the Chinese New Year | Disney Baby

    Free Printables for the Chinese New Year

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    CHINESE NEW YEAR LANTERN CRAFT AND MATH ACTIVITIES FREE

    Chinese New Year Lantern Craft and Math Activities FREE!

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    My Choice - Chinese New Year - Children Celebrating images to music 3:55

    My Choice - Chinese New Year - Children Celebrating

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    Calligraphy for Chinese New Year party

    Fairy Dust Teaching Kindergarten Blog: Chinese Calligraphy

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    Center activities for Chinese New Year/Asia theme. Using chopsticks move the pom pons to the take out box.

    A Smile Means Friendship...

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