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Chinese New Year 2018 - Bundle

Chinese New Year 2018 - Bundle

A bundle to help celebrate the Chinese New Year 2018. Pack includes; Kevin Koala in Bejing comic activity with translations. Year of the Dog Poster Year of the Dog paper cut activity Paper cut activity example
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Happy Chinese New Year 2018 Poster

Happy Chinese New Year 2018 Poster

Celebrate the Chinese New Year 2018 with this poster. Once downloaded, it can be enlarged to an A3 size and made into a poster to decorate the language classroom and/or school. The colours used, red, apple green and sky blue, are specific to the Year of the Dog in the Feng Shui tradition. The dog’s bark (gou, gou) is the Chinese word for dog.
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Primary Mandarin: Numbers 1-10

Primary Mandarin: Numbers 1-10

These resources individually looks at each number in Chinese for numbers 1-10. Each booklet instructs the student how to write each number according to the stroke order and there are also colouring pages for child to colour in and numbers 2-10 reinforces previously learnt numbers. These resources are designed for Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2 {P1 - P3 in Northern Ireland} learners, however they can be used for Key Stage 2 {P4 - P7 in Northern Ireland} learners who are learning Mandarin for the very first time. Because Key Stage 1 learners are so very young, and due to Mandarin’s existing complexity, my advice is to introduce each number for each lesson. For example, one lesson, they complete workbook 1 and then the next lesson, complete workbook 2 and so on. Happy teaching and learning!
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Primary Mandarin: Numbers: 1-5

Primary Mandarin: Numbers: 1-5

These resources individually looks at each number in Chinese for numbers 1-5. Each booklet instructs the student how to write each number according to the stroke order and there are also colouring pages for child to colour in and numbers 2-5 reinforces previously learnt numbers. These resources are designed for Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2 {P1 - P3 in Northern Ireland} learners, however they can be used for Key Stage 2 {P4 - P7 in Northern Ireland} learners who are learning Mandarin for the very first time. Because Key Stage 1 learners are so very young, and due to Mandarin’s existing complexity, my advice is to introduce each number for each lesson. For example, one lesson, they complete workbook 1 and then the next lesson, complete workbook 2 and so on. Happy teaching and learning!
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Chinese Colours

Chinese Colours

Includes a powerpoint about colours. With audio for accurate pronunciation. Contains vocabulary and character writing. A handout including characters, pin yin and definitions for students is included as a pdf. Have fun!
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Chinese New Year Paper Craft Craftivity

Chinese New Year Paper Craft Craftivity

This Chinese New Year Paper Craft Craftivity includes: • A4 and Letter PDF's • BW and Color versions (if you have no color paper) • If you want to print BW, you'll need red, orange, yellow, dark red, and white paper I have included: - pages with only one shape / body part (when necessary) multiple times (e.g. 3 heads, or 4 bodies) in BW (A4 and Letter size). - different pages that contain all the red shapes on one page, all the orange shapes on one page, all the yellow shapes on one page, all the dark red shapes on one page and all the black and white shapes on one page to print on colored paper or card. - all the colored versions for each craft (four in total) on one page each - e.g. you could print one page in color to create the dragon. • High quality PDF format. FIND MORE CRAFTS CLICK HERE FOR MORE CRAFTS Terms of Use (TOU) This is a single license use - only for YOUR classroom, please do NOT distribute or share this product unless you've purchased an additional license. THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NO COPYRIGHT INFORMATION ON THE WORKSHEETS. Thanks for visiting our store! © 2017 by Zippadee Zazz. All Rights Reserved.
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Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

PowerPoint all about Chinese New Year including the history, traditions and the different zodiac animals. Perfect for studying around the time of Chinese New Year. Video link included for children to be engaged with.
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Fortune Teller

Fortune Teller

Two packs included: 1. Fortune Teller: students work in pairs to find out their best animal friend 2. Chatterbox - speaking activity: students work in pairs to take turns to ask and answer simple questions about themselves.
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Year of the Dog - Primary Teaching Resource

Year of the Dog - Primary Teaching Resource

According to the Chinese Lunar Calendar, we enter the Year of the Dog on 16 February 2018. This education pack for primary schools contains information and activities to help teachers and pupils learn more about this important spring festival and explore Chinese language and culture. Your pupils can read a traditional story to find out how Er Lang and his dogs captured the Monkey King and learn to give commands in Chinese to our animated dog called Dumpling (Jiaozi, pronounced Jow-dzr). You can also read letters from Chinese children about their pets and get creative making clay dogs and paintings and cooking dumplings.
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FREE KS1 Chinese New Year Activities

FREE KS1 Chinese New Year Activities

A fun set of activities to celebrate Chinese New Year with your KS1/ lower KS2 students. The resource includes: Colouring pages Write your name in Chinese activity Word search (with answers) 2 Colour by Number activities 2 Chinese New Year mystery pictures (with answers) It is a .pdf file and is not editable. Please contact me if you want anything changing or have any suggestions. Please see my other Chinese New Year resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chinese-new-year-zodiac-craft-and-writing-activity-11800769 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chinese-new-year-information-zodiac-nian-traditions-history-11800171
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