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Let's celebrate Chinese New Year 2021, the year of the ox! This set contains several items that you can use to celebrate Chinese New Year in your classroom. First of all, there’s a lantern craft that your students will love! It has 2 versions: characters to 19 for older students and characters to 11 for younger students. Then, there are pages where students can trace the numbers up to 12 in Chinese (in both color and black and white). The set also has cut-and-glue pages where students can ord
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PreK - 3rd
This is a FREE set of Chinese New Year Rounded Lanterns {Traditional Chinese}. In this FREE SET: It includes 2 lanterns’ patterns and 2 inner pages (colored and black & white). The 2 inner page images are Red packets with Chinese New Year candies and the Chinese character with the meaning of "blessing" (福). You can pick the colored pages for your toddlers and preschoolers, or you can either pick the black & white pages for the upper grades. It's a very flexible printables for diffe
Chinese New Year Animal Zodiac Calendar FREEBIELunar New Year FREE Animal Zodiac CalendarMy students love looking up their birth year and the corresponding animal and its characteristics. This first zodiac calendar includes birth years from 1966-2025, so their siblings and parents can join in on the fun too when they bring it home!I have also included a round zodiac calendar with animals that students can color in!!*Note: Because Lunar New Year doesn't land on the same day each year, those with
This Free Download contains:Background information – Chinese New Year and zodiacStep-by-Step Writing Activity – Chinese character for "good luck and fortune"Directed drawing – 2022 Year of the TigerThis product is a 3 page excerpt from the full product that can be found at:2022 Chinese New Year Craft | Lucky Red Envelope | Year of the TigerCheck out our Thinking Lion store for products:
This FREE Chinese New Year Spy and Count printable is a fun and engaging counting and graphing activity aimed at the lower elementary grades. The activity will help your students practice collating data and creating a bar graph while celebrating the Chinese New Year. Students count the total number of each Chinese New Year symbol and color the corresponding number of squares on the graph. Then, students analyze the graph and answer the questions beneath the graph. This activity is easy to prep -
This freebie includes ideas for celebrating Chinese New Year, and a free writing activity. Part of a comprehensive 100-page Chinese New Year pack: Chinese New Year: Printables, Fact Cards, Dragon Crafts, and More!*Updated for 2021- Year of the Ox*Full-color word wall and stationary for students to use at a writing center. You can display the word wall on a Smartboard, or staple to the stationary for individual use, OR display in a sign at the center for small-group use! Thanks for reading and ha
Download this FREEBIE and let students practice their alphabetizing skills using Chinese New Year vocabulary. This ABC Order Cut and Paste Printable—FREEBIE is a fun color, cut, and paste activity that includes a Chinese New Year theme where students place words in ABC order. Cute, simple, quick, and fun for many grades! I have also included the word/picture cards (color and black/white) in order to meet the needs of all learners. Some students may perform better by manipulating the word cards
This resource contains a PowerPoint presentation 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 PresentationThis is a fully editable and informative 80-slide PowerPoint presentation on the Chinese New Year, also known as the 'Spring Festival' which lasts for 15 days culminating in the Lantern Festival.The PowerPoint contains hyperlinks to the animated legends of how the Chinese came to have their calendar, New Year's
This Chinese Zodiac Wheel can be used as a worksheet or a craft activity to supplement your Mandarin or social study program, especially during the Chinese New Year time. It includes the 12 zodiac animals in order with Chinese characters and pinyin. This packet includes both Mandarin and English versions. You can refer to the Chinese Zodiac Animals posters and flashcards packet for the years of each animal. Students can find out the zodiac signs for themselves and their family members. As
Enjoy teaching your students about Chinese New Year with this simple sight word booklet. Print out the pages and have your students read and color the pages. Sight Words: I, see, a This book is perfect for the pre-k or kindergarten level student, and it will give them the opportunity to read and explore a little bit about the Chinese culture. Please leave positive feedback if your students enjoyed the activity! Thank you! Happy teaching! ~Jennifer
Happy Chinese New Year! Happy Lunar New Year! Happy Spring Festival! Read and Write the Room. Writing Center. Year of the Tiger 2022! Excellent for creative writing, vocabulary building, word banks, word walls, phonemic awareness (phonics) and word work. Have fun with your students this holiday by incorporating this free writing activity into your New Year celebration. Use as an independent or teacher-led writing center. Can also be set up as a Write the Room activity.This package contains half
Hello! Thank you for your interest in this set of coloring pages. It’s 8 pages of fun that goes well with lessons and activities related to Chinese (or Lunar) New Year. I am honored and truly hope you enjoy it! This 8-page coloring set contains clipart from my Chinese New Year set. If you like the graphics in these pages and would like to use them in your educational resources, please visit the Binky’s Clipart Teachers Pay Teachers store here. Also, click here to check out the freebie related t
This Chinese New Year lantern is easy and fun to make. It's good for kids to make/create during Chinese New Year for decorating their houses and classrooms. Enjoy~
** UPDATED for 2022 - The year of the Tiger! ** This 2022 Chinese (or Lunar) New Year set has just the images you need to add to your educational resources about 2022, the year of the Tiger! Click here to check out the Chinese (Lunar) New Year Clipart set!Thank you for your interest in this FREEBIE! See below for more details. This set includes the following images:Tiger Money with an tiger face Red money envelope with tiger faceGold coin with tiger face Total number of images: 8 (4 color and 4
3 posters to decorate and/or hang for a Chinese New Year (Spring Festival) theme. 2022 is the Year of the Tiger. Included:1 poster is in color 1 poster to color and decorate 1 poster for the children to draw a tigerChinese New Year in 2022 is celebrated February 1st to February 15th.Check out this popular resource CHINESE NEW YEAR Pack- Create centers and activities for early learners - 100 pages.KidSparkz Teacher Resources
Great for an INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK. Have students review the factoids and do some of the extension activities. Great for a study on China or during Chinese New Year. In 2023, Chinese New Year begins on January 22nd and is the Year of the Water Rabbit.You may find these resources of interest:1. Part of my Country in Focus series: A great resource that helps develop skills such as reading for information and using research and computer skills. This web quest gives students an overview to the countr
Engaging 1-page FREE informational text passage hooks readers to want to learn about this topic they're curious about - a major holiday taking place February 1-15. This text tells them all about the traditions, the lunar calendar, the Chinese zodiac, 2022 Year of the Tiger, etc. After you have them read this, you could have them write a compare-and-contrast essay comparing the Chinese New Year with either New Year's in the USA or another country. That's not all - I now give you a page full of WR
This is a complete set of FREE Chinese New Year Banners {Traditional Chinese} version.--> It includes an instruction and 4 Chinese New Year Banners ( 恭喜發財 & 福).You Might Be Interested:Chinese New Year Banners 2018 {Traditional Chinese}Chinese New Year Banners 2018 {Traditional Chinese with Pinyin}Chinese New Year Banners 2018 {Simplified Chinese}Chinese New Year Banners 2018 {Simplified Chinese with Pinyin}Hanging up Chinese New Year banners is one of the most important traditions, so I h
French Lunar New Year Mini-Book: le Nouvel An lunaire: a simple and fun set of French Chinese New Year activities in one illustrated mini-book. Just print one sheet and fold!Activities include:- two question prompts for students to practice writing- word search with vocabulary related to "le Nouvel An Chinois"*****************************************************************************© 2016 to present Lucy For French ImmersionALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY AUTHORFor one (1) classroom use only.
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Enjoy this Chinese New Year FREEBIE! Be sure to follow my store for more FREEBIES and other New Products. Visit my blog and Facebook page for Freebies & More! Krazee4Kindergarten BlogKrazee4Kindergarten Facebook Page
This passage briefly describes festivals in ancient China. 12 questions (true/false and multiple choice) assess students' understanding. I've included a color and black and white version, as well as a key. INCLUDES:Article covering ancient China's Festivals (Lexile 1100-1200)12 questions- true/false, multiple choiceColor and BW VersionsKey includedPart of my Ancient China Reading Comprehension Bundle*I do my best to make sure I do not have typos, but occasionally they slip through. PLEASE messag
Chinese New Year 2022 falls on Tuesday, February 1st, 2022. The celebrations last several days ending with the Lantern Festival on February 15th, 2022.This year is the Year of the Tiger.Enjoy this FREEBIE to begin your introduction.Informational TextGraphic Organizer for collecting factsWord SearchMath GameChinese New Year BundleInteractive Google Slides found here.Paper Pencil ResourceFollow me on Facebook.Follow me on Pinterest.Visit my website for classroom ideas.
I am excited about sharing this fun "Chinese New Year Math Freebie" with you. Your students will count the objects (up to the number ten) and write the corresponding number on the line provided. Enjoy! Don't forget to check out my exciting new "Chinese New Year Activity, Drawing, and Fact Book" in my Learn and Grow Designs Shop. (http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Chinese-New-Year-Activity-Drawing-and-Fact-Book-1063553)
This is a game from my Chinese New Year Informational Text Unit. Students try to be the first to the Palace and gather as many coins as they can to win the game.If you like this game, you'll love the larger unit found in my store.Please continue to visit my store for more informational text units.Complete Chinese New Year UnitChinese New Year LapbookChinese New Year Bundle 2018*******************************************************************Customer TipsEarning TPT CreditsTpT credits are point
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