Chinese New Year Paper Chain Dragon Craft | Naturally Educational

Chinese New Year Dragon | (could also be a snake for the year of the snake!)

A few years ago my grade 3 students made these Chinese style fans to celebrate Chinese New Year. Each student decorated a very long strip of paper with a Chinese inspired design of their choice. They then had to concertina fold the entire strip and secure the ends to a handle we made from pop sticks. The idea came from this site, which gives you more details about construction.

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Chinese New Year Craft

chinese new year craft for kids

Paper cup dragons for blowing fire! Little Miss Glamour Goes to Kindergarten: Chinese New Year.

Handprint Calendar. Have them do their print each month, see how much their hands have grown by the end of the year!

chinese new year dragon

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.

15 Chinese New Year Crafts: Preschool through Elementary. #ece Multicultural art projects: dragons, spring blossoms, Chinese lanterns, a gong, etc.

Chinese New year Math activity

Kid-friendly Chinese New Year activities and printables. || Gift of Curiosity

Dragon puppet

Chinese New Year Dragon Mask

Chinese New Year Celebration from Lakeshore Learning: Kids learn about Chinese customs as they create a dragon puppet to celebrate Chinese New Year!

Chinese New Year craft ideas for kids to do.

A Chinese New Year Dragon

perfect activity for the beginning of the year!

Gift this 3D pop up paper art greeting card to friends and family to celebrate Chinese New Year! Happy Year of the Monkey! #ChineseNewYear

Chinese New Year Red Envelopes: teach students about this tradition