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Chinese New Year

Looking for some Chinese New Year Writing that your students can do? Here's a set of 10 writing activities to add to your study of the Chinese New Year! Included in this set: • Two Scrambled Sentences: Unscramble the words and write the sentence correctly • Zodiac Animals: Write about which animal you would want to be • My Lantern: Decorate the lantern and write about it • Same & Different: Write about you and children in China are the same and different • Tree Map: Firecrackers--are, can, have • Labeling: Label the parts of a dragon • Three misc. writing pages

By kisforkinderrific

Chinese New Year StoryQuick View

Chinese New Year Story

Powerpoint story of how the Chinese new years were named. I have the figures from the powerpoint stories which the children use to support re-telling the story on the small world table.

By blackdown43

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chinese new year

A powerpoint based on info from the bbc with a link to activities. Can be used in class or as the basis for an assembly

By mhg

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Chinese New Year Activity BundleQuick View

Chinese New Year Activity Bundle

This is a bundle of primary school activities to use for Chinese New Year: 1 - Make an oracle bone from clay with Ancient Chinese symbols on. 2. Ancient Chinese Recipe to make Ginger Millet Porridge. 3. A web quest activity for pupils to independently research the Ancient Chinese Shang Dynasty. 4. A story of a legendary Chinese king, which can be used as a stimulus for drama or writing.

By KS2History

Chinese New Year DragonQuick View

Chinese New Year Dragon

The highlight of the Chinese New Year parade is the dragon dance. Using this TESiboard activity, children can decorate and print off a beautiful traditional Chinese dragon of their own. Select a colour and click on part of the dragon to colour it in. Change the dragon's outline colour using colours on the left. Alternatively, print off the Chinese Dragon doc and colour by hand. Note: This is a Flash activity and may not work on all devices and browsers. We recommend IE.

By TESiboard

Zodiac Chinese New year StoryQuick View

Zodiac Chinese New year Story

I couldn't find a Zodiac Story book anywhere so have made this. Have intended it to be double sided and laminated and tagged together. Therefore the children can see the pictures as you read the story. Hope you can use it! Estelle

By Estelle37

Chinese New Year Reading ComprehensionQuick View

Chinese New Year Reading Comprehension

This Chinese New Year comprehension pack includes: - Differentiated texts about Chinese New Year - Differentiated comprehension questions about Chinese New Year - Comprehension answers for each text for ease of marking. - Each resource has a differentiated system using ticks. The 3 ticks at the bottom are for your most able readers, 2 ticks for middle ability and 1 tick for lower ability children. This could also be used for different year groups depending on the reading ability of the children.

By ReadingResourcesforTeachers

Year of the Rabbit- Celebrating Chinese New YearQuick View

Year of the Rabbit- Celebrating Chinese New Year

This is designed to introduce Chinese New Year to a mixed class of Reception and Y1. It covers all aspects of the festival-Chinese horoscopes,New Year customs, Lucky Money envelopes, parades and lion dancing, family foods and parties, and fireworks. If you want to add Chinese traditional stories to your topic- look at http://www.starfall.com/n/level-c/chinese-fables/load.htm? Cbeebies also has a great story on the Chinese horoscope told with shadow puppets.

By Deborah Jane Smith

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Chinese New Year

This is a bumper pack of resources that is great for teaching Chinese New Year. I have used this in both KS1 and KS2. It contains lots of visual resources and activities including picture cards, a map of China, Chinese flag, Chinese greetings, Chinese symbols and animal cards. There are also animal masks for the children to make, each representing an animal in the Chinese year. There are instructions and templates for how to make a 'Red Money Packet' and 'Paper lanterns.' Lots of the resources would be ideal for display too.

By Shuvvie1770

Chinese New Year- Year of the Snake 2013Quick View

Chinese New Year- Year of the Snake 2013

This PowerPoint is an introduction to the Chinese New year festival, aimed at Nursery, Reception & Foundation Units. It shows how children celebrate the New Year and explains some of the customs and traditions. What is your Chinese Birth Sign? Why do Chinese families sweep their houses clean before New Year's Day? What is in those red envelopes children are given? What foods do the family eat for their special New Year's meal? And why must the kitchen god&'s lips be stuck together with sweets?

By Deborah Jane Smith

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CHINESE NEW YEAR ASSEMBLYQuick View

CHINESE NEW YEAR ASSEMBLY

A 10-15 minute assembly on the traditions of Chinese New Year - suitable for all ages! Engaging and interactive with a fun clip on the origins of the tradition and culture as well as beautiful presentation to captivate your morning assembly!

By MissCResources

Chinese New Year activities and craftsQuick View

Chinese New Year activities and crafts

Chinese New Year pack- this pack contains some resources which are also in my bumper pack for Chinese New Year Includes mini reader books, crafts, write the room, writing activities and much more! Write the room- find the 8 cards and write the Chinese themed words or use the blank version to add your own words tailored to your students Emergent reader book for younger students Mini reader book to learn all about Chinese New Year Make a decoration craft Cut and make the sentences about Chinese New Year Missing words sheet My Chinese New Year fact sheet- write 4 facts you know or learn about Chinese New Year Lucky money envelope craft in black and white and also color Sentence scramble sheets x 3- cut and paste the words to make the sentences about Chinese New Year What I know about Chinese New Year/ Want to know worksheet Word searches x 2 Writing prompt sheets- Chinese New Year, The Dragon dance, Our celebrations and The Year of the Rooster Comparing new year celebrations Make a Chinese New Year flag craft Make a hat for Chinese New Year Animals of the Chinese zodiac sheets- unscramble the letters and write the beginning sounds Make a lantern craft

By robbyn

2012 Chinese New Year- The Year of the DragonQuick View

2012 Chinese New Year- The Year of the Dragon

This PowerPoint is an introduction to the Chinese New year festival, aimed at Nursery, Reception & Foundation Units. It shows how children celebrate the New Year and explains some of the customs and traditions. What is your Chinese Birth Sign? Why do Chinese families sweep their houses clean before New Year's Day? What is in those red envelopes children are given? What foods do the family eat for their special New Year's meal? And why must the kitchen god's lips be stuck together with sweets?

By Deborah Jane Smith