Read these 15 books for Chinese New Year or anytime to share a different culture with your kids.

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

14 Books about Chinese New Year for kids - Gift of Curiosity | a really nice list for children to learn about the #Chinese culture

12 Chinese New Year and Culture books from Miss Panda

FREE Chinese New Year Literacy Activities from Laura Candler on TpT

Chinese New year horse crafts | Chinese New Year Dragon Mask Coloring Page

Chinese New Year Picture Books for Preschool and Kindergarten

Around the World: Asia Chinese New Year craft idea. Already hate myself for this one.

{Cuddle up & read!} 10 lovely Valentine Books to share with the kids

Our Chinese New Year Blessing Luncheon size paper plates are perfectly sized for appetizers or snacks and perfect for your Chinese New Year celebration. Each package of our Chinese New Year Blessing luncheon plates includes 8 paper plates with each measuring 7in round.

$1 Lunar New Year is Jan. 31st. Be prepared with this emergent reader! Perfect for PreK-1. Two versions plus two coloring sheets included!

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.

10 great Chinese New Year crafts and activities for kids

Japanese folktales for kids. List and reviews of great picture books to read aloud. May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month.

Explore Indian folktales with these great picture books for kids.

Russian Books for Children; learn about Russia with this collection of fiction, non-fiction, and how-to learn Russian Language books from The Educators' Spin On It:

15 gardening books for kids. Includes board books for toddlers and preschoolers, story books, and non fiction books for kids about seeds and plants.

I am so doing this with each novel we read next year

We did this last year! (End of the year of course!) A different Disney Movie for each of the 7 continents! Around the World with Disney: How to Use Classic Films as Geography Lessons