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Chinese New Year 2020

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This is a fully editable and informative 80-slide PowerPoint presentation on the Chinese New Year (Spring Festival) which lasts for 15 days culminating in the Lantern Festival. It is an ideal resource to use at any time during that 15 day period. The PowerPoint contains hyperlinks to animated legends of how the Chinese came to have their calendar, New Year's Eve street firework displays, the Lion and Dragon Dance and the Festival of Lanterns. The PowerPoint makes reference to: - The legends - The zodiac - Chinese New Year decorations - The fireworks - Symbols - Preparations - Red envelopes - New Year's Eve - New Year's Day - Street Celebrations - the Lion and Dragon Dance - The Lantern Festival This resource will contribute to the pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural learning (SMSC). The PowerPoint will help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. You may also be interested in: Coordinates in The First Quadrant Worksheets Chinese New Year Coordinates PowerPoint Game Chinese New Year Themed Battleships - Coordinates Partner Game Chinese New Year Puzzle Pack Chinese New Year Information Sheets and Comprehensions Chinese Proverbs - PowerPoint and Posters Thinking of publishing your own resources? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
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Chinese New Year 2020

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This resource contains a fully editable and informative 80-slide PowerPoint presentation on the Chinese New Year, (Spring Festival) which lasts for 15 days culminating in the Lantern Festival. This is an ideal assembly at any time during that 15 day period. The PowerPoint contains hyperlinks to animated legends of how the Chinese came to have their calendar, New Year's Eve street firework displays, the Lion and Dragon Dance and the Festival of Lanterns. The PowerPoint makes reference to: - the legends - the zodiac - the decorations - the fireworks - customs - symbols - preparations - red envelopes - New Year's Eve - New Year's Day - Street Celebrations - the Lion and Dragon Dance - The Lantern Festival This resource will help to develop the pupils' 'Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural' learning (SMSC) and actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. You may also be interested in: Chinese New Year Quiz Chinese New Year Battleships Team Coordinates PowerPoint Game Chinese New Year Themed Battleships - Coordinates Partner Game Chinese New Year Lantern Riddles PowerPoint Quiz Chinese New Year Puzzle Pack Chinese New Year Information Sheets and Comprehensions Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
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Chinese New Year

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Chinese New Year resources, suitable for KS2 / KS3. The pack includes a PowerPoint full of information about the ancient myths behind Chinese New Year, how the festival is celebrated today and the symbolism behind the celebrations. The pack also includes two clips with questions, a quiz and a creative SMSC activity - making Chinese lanterns and describing ancient symbolism (instructions included). The slides shown are just a preview sample. More fully resourced lessons for PSHE, RE, Citizenship and Tutor Time at the EC Resources store or at www.ecpublishing.co.uk
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Class Assembly: Chinese New Year 2020

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Class Assembly Approximately 10 - 15 minutes long Suitable for 5 - 9 years Full script (Word and PDF), PowerPoint and music attached Also includes a small Tai Chi routine for a class to perform (slides 6 - 18) Main topics covered: Chinese Zodiac Facts about China The Great Wall of China Tai Chi routine I’ve also included 2 additional resources: A CNY fact sheet and multiple choice questions A CNY booklet and activity
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Chinese New Year Quiz

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This is a fully editable, 50 question quiz on the Chinese New Year (Spring Festival) which lasts for 15 days culminating in the Lantern Festival. The quiz is presented by two Chinese children. The quiz can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the fire cracker image on the bottom right hand corner of each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. An answer sheet is provided to allow individuals / teams to record their answers. Sample Questions: (Questions contain 3 multiple choice answers) How many days does the Chinese New Year last for? How many animals are there in the Chinese zodiac? According to legend which animal won the swimming race? Which Zodiac animal is it the year of in 2020? Each zodiac year is associated with one of the five elements - metal, water, wood, earth, and fire. What element will 2020 be? What other name is the Chinese New Year sometimes called? What is the special meal called that Chinese people have on New Year’s Eve? Why do Chinese people leave an empty chair at the table at the re-union meal? Who teases the lion in the lion dance? What colour do Chinese people consider a lucky colour? You may also be interested in: Chinese New Year Presentation More Chinese New Year Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
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Chinese New Year Assembly 2020 - Year of the RAT!

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This year, Chinese New Year will be celebrated on Tuesday 25th January 2020 Attached is a Chinese New Year whole school assembly. I used something similar during an OFSTED inspection and the inspectors made a special mention about how interactive, inclusive and enjoyable it was … the school went on to achieve an ‘OUTSTANDING’ report. Duration of assembly: 15 minutes (approx.) Included in your purchase is a 24-slide PowerPoint to display and refer to whilst delivering your assembly. The assembly begins by wishing the children ‘Happy New Year’ in Chinese … ‘Gong Hey Fat Choy!’ (on slide 2). The rest is as follows: Slide 3: Some basic facts about China (ending with the fact that China is famous for Kung Fu). Slide 4: A video of Bruce Lee performing some Kung Fu. Slide 5: If you have a child(ren) in your school who practices Kung Fu, ask them to perform a small routine in front of the school … there is also some appropriate music on this slide for the child(ren) to perform to … just click on the picture and the music will begin. Slides 6 - 9: These slides explain the Chinese Zodiac. It tells the children that it’s the ‘YEAR OF THE RAT’. On Slide 7, there is a link to a short Chinese New Year cartoon for the children to watch. Slides 10 - 23: This is a lovely story for you (or some children) to read aloud … it’s about a family preparing for Chinese New Year. On slide 20 there is also a link to a dragon/lion dance video (attached). Slide 24: Sing the song ‘Kung Fu Fighting’ (lyrics and music provided).
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Chinese New Year

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Chinese New Year 2019 lesson/ assembly. A fun and interactive PowerPoint presentation about Chinese New Year, its origins and traditions. 26 slides with basic information about the holiday. In 2019, Chinese New Year fall on February 5th. Suitable for stand alone lessons and assemblies in KS1/KS2. Included: history of the holiday; story of Nian monster; information about reunion dinner; Chinese Zodiac; fun facts quiz; video link; colourful illustrations. The presentation can be used on its own or followed by a number of engaging activities that are also in our shop. Thank you for your interest. HoppyTimes
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Chinese New Year 2020

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This resource contains a PowerPoint slideshow on the Chinese New Year and the legends of how the Chinese calendar came to be. You may also be interested in: Chinese New Year Presentation - 80 Slides This is a fully editable, 80-slide PowerPoint presentation on the Chinese New Year (Spring Festival) which lasts for 15 days culminating in the Lantern Festival. The PowerPoint contains hyperlinks to animated legends of how the Chinese came to have their calendar, New Year's Eve street firework displays, the Lion and Dragon Dance and the Festival of Lanterns. The PowerPoint includes: - The legends - The zodiac - Decorations - The fireworks - Customs - Symbols - Preparations - Red envelopes - New Year's Eve - New Year's Day - Street Celebrations - The Lion and Dragon Dance - The Lantern Festival This resource will help to contribute to the pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural learning (SMSC) and will help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. Chinese New Year PowerPoint Quiz Coordinates in The First Quadrant Worksheets Chinese New Year Coordinates PowerPoint Game Chinese New Year Puzzle Pack - Word Searches, Crossword, Anagrams, Chinese Riddles, Word Making Chinese New Year Information Sheets and Comprehensions Thinking of publishing your own resources? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
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Chinese new year story

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Simple PP presentation based on new year legend/story - animal race/naming new year etc Useful for IWB tell story - simple text - talking point for chinese new year Hope you find useful!!!!Other topics covered: Festivals and celebrations.
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Chinese New Year Activities for EYFS

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Two Chinese New Year Activities and a Chinese New Year Continuous Provision Plan. Activity 1: A Chinese writing activity to do after hearing the story of the Great Race and Chinese New Year facts. Area of learning - Understanding the World Activity 2: Making Stir Fry activity. Areas of learning - Understanding the World and Physical Development
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Great Wall of China Role Play Construction Pack (Chinese New Year)

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Everything needed to set up an amazing construction area for children to build their own great walls! A great role play area for EYFS children, as well as brilliant for supporting the Chinese New Year topic in many year groups. Pack contains: 2 X ‘Super Builder’ Badges for children to wear Chinese Flag colouring sheets 13 X task cards to stimulate talk between children as well as challenge them to build something a little more focussed Huge bunting displaying ‘Great Wall of China Construction Area’ as well as the Chinese flag 12 X high quality photos of the Great Wall of China (can be printed multiple sizes) ‘What I need’ lists (lined and plain version), to encourage writing in role play Wall design sheets 14 X fact cards displayed in speech bubbles to accompany the role play area and Chinese New Year topic in general Have fun building, and Happy Chinese New Year! The Teacher Traveller
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Chinese New Year presentation - EYFS/KS1

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A simple Powerpoint presentation explaining Chinese New Year to children in the Early Years and Key Stage 1. Includes: A brief overview of the traditional Chinese New Year story and the 12 zodiac animals (the ‘Great River Race’); A simple explanation of why the Chinese calendar is different (based on phases of the moon instead of the sun); Examples and photographs of common traditions during Chinese New Year celebrations: house decorations, special food/clothes, red envelopes, dragon dances, spring cleaning etc.
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Spring Festival/ Chinese New Year

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An in-depth resource that explains some of the customs and traditions surrounding the Spring Festival or Chinese New Year. Two traditional New Year tales are included in this resource - The Story of Nian the Monster (which explains the new year traditions of setting off fireworks and decorating houses with red) and The Great Race (a story about the Chinese zodiac.) The resource is packed with plenty of images and well-researched information. I'm sure you will enjoy using this resource with students of all ages. This PDF presentation could be shown on a computer or projected onto a whiteboard, as you read the stories and information on the slides and talk about the images with your students.
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Chinese New Year: The Chinese Experience

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This PowerPoint slideshow contains 172 slides creating a magical journey through China. The presentation features a wide variety of inspiring images of Chinese culture – the landscape, the people, the customs, the arts, animals and flowers from Inner Mongolia to the Great Wall of China, from the Panda to sushi. It is accompanied by Chinese music and plays automatically. It also contains a suggestions for use sheet. The show lasts for 15 minutes. The PowerPoint is a resource that could be used during the Chinese New Year period or, indeed, at any other time of year. Suggestions for Use: Use for an assembly – just let the PowerPoint run. The powerful images speak for themselves. Follow up by just letting the pupils talk. Questions to ask: - Which image did you like the best? - Was there anything you were surprised by? - Would you like to go to China? Use as a stimulus for research Ask the pupils to choose one of the photographs or aspects of the PowerPoint eg Inner Mongolia, Hong Kong, Buddha, Chinese food, The Great Wall of China etc and get the pupils to research and complete a project on their chosen topic. As a stimulus for creative writing Pupils choose an image and produce some creative writing about it – prose or poetry. They can imagine they are at a certain place and write about the sounds, sights, smells, etc. (The Lantern Festival, The Firework display in Hong Kong. They could write about one of the characters in the PowerPoint – the man on the donkey cart (a day in the life of), a Buddhist monk, a dancer. For Display Purposes The images could be printed off and used for display purposes during the Chinese New Year. The resource is appropriate for pupils of all images and the images and music would appeal to SEN students. The resource will contribute to the pupils' 'Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural' learning. It will help to promote mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. More Chinese New Year Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
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Chinese New Year - assembly

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A 10-15min assembly all about Chinese New Year with some pupil involvement and reflection. Presented via a bright, colourful PowerPoint presentation.
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Chinese New Year

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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
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CHINESE HAPPY NEW YEAR

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This resource is designed for both primary and secondary students who are interested in learning about Chinese New Year, the traditions and customs. They will learn how Chinese celebrate New Year, what they eat and their taboos. It is very interesting for all students especially those who have never experienced Chinese New Year in their home towns.
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Chinese New Year Zodiac Craft

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Celebrate Chinese New Year in your classroom with this easy and fun craft and writing activity suitable for KS1 / lower KS2. Start by reading a story about the animals of the Chinese Zodiac, then introduce the main activity – making a Zodiac wheel. Children cut out the wheel and animal cards which they then glue to the wheel and colour or decorate it. Finish off with a quick writing task – children draw or colour (both versions included) their Zodiac animal, read about its strength and weaknesses and say if they agree with the descriptions. The resource is in .pdf format , not editable (29 pages including the cover and credits page) and includes: 1. The story of the 12 Zodiac animals. 2. Zodiac Craft instructions 3. Zodiac Craft 4. Zodiac writing activity (individual pages for each Zodiac animal) The resource has been updated up to the Year 2026 (with lowest year now being 2003) You might also be interested in Chinese New Year