Chinese New Year quiz
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Chinese New Year quiz

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This interactive powerpoint has 27 questions to test your students’ knowledge of the Chinese New Year. It is editable so you can copy slides and create your own questions in addition to the existing ones. Suitable for all ages.
Chinese New Year Assembly 2019 - Year of the PIG!
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Chinese New Year Assembly 2019 - Year of the PIG!

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This year, Chinese New Year will be celebrated on Tuesday 5th February 2019. 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 PIG’. 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. Slide 24: Sing the song ‘Kung Fu Fighting’ (lyrics and music provided).
Chinese New Year Assembly
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Chinese New Year Assembly

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An assembly that looks into the History and traditions of the Chinese New Year as well as the Chinese signs of the Zodiac.
Chinese New Year
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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
Chinese New Year Song
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Chinese New Year Song

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A fun song written for a Reception class to be performed with actions and instruments to enhance their assembly about ‘Chinese New Year.’ but it would be suitable for the whole of KS1. The actions are contained in the lyrics of the song and tuned percussion were used to create melodic ostinati. The children really loved creating a fan dance to the backing track in between the two verses.
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chinese new year

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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
Class Assembly: Chinese New Year 2019
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Class Assembly: Chinese New Year 2019

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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 Main topics covered: - Chinese Zodiac - Facts about China - The Great Wall of China - Tai Chi routine
Chinese New Year Maths Activities
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Chinese New Year Maths Activities

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Microsoft Excel required New set of numbers every time the file is opened 1. Shanghai Street Relay Race - see cover image 12 animal teams of the Chinese Zodiac compete in an 8 lap relay race. Data is recorded for each lap in seconds. Find the total, then convert the data into minutes and seconds and then rank each team. Unlimited possibiliites to create your own questions. 2. Chinese Zodiac Animals - work out and fill in on the grid provided, which years each animal represents by going back 48 years. Which animal coincides with your birthday? A visual reference resource sheet that can be stuck in the students exercise book A lively resource, that caters for all ability groups
Chinese New Year Activities for EYFS
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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
Chinese New Year 2018
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Chinese New Year 2018

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.1. PowerPoint presentation/quiz that includes: Learning outcomes: Read, state and answer questions on: • Where China is • When is Chinese New Year? • What is it? • Why is it celebrated? • Where is it celebrated? • How is it celebrated? • Know the year of…? • Make Chinese New Year crafts Tasks: • Fact or opinion activity task sheets • Written work task sheet. 2. PowerPoint presentation on the Chinese Zodiac, including information about each of the 12 zodiac years: animals; lucky numbers; lucky colours and lucky flowers.
Chinese New Year Assembly KS2
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Chinese New Year Assembly KS2

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KS2 Chinese New Year - Assembly Script and Images Introduce Chinese New Year to your pupils with these assembly materials, including an assembly script and accompanying slideshow images.