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Chinese Culture——Chinese New Year
The oldest and most important festival in China is the Spring Festival, which marks a new year on the lunar calendar. The Spring Festival represents the desire for a newlife. It's called the Spring Festival because it marks the beginning of spring and the end of winter. Throughout history, the Spr
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Chinese New Year ELA Activities ~ Holidays Around the World – CC aligned 1-3
This Chinese New Year ELA Packet includes activities that utilize a wide range of reading and writing skills, and is perfect for students grades 1st through 3rd grade. These activities incorporate authentic Chinese New Year objects and symbols, introducing students to China and East Asia's most impo
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Chinese New Year (Day by Day Explained!)
Slide 1- Cover page Slide 2- Introduction Slide 3- How did the Chinese New Year come to be celebrated Slide 4- brief description of Chinese Zodiac Slide 5- Cleaning before the arrival of the new year Slide 6, 7- Special foods Slide 8- Red Slide 9- Day 1 of Chinese New Year (opening ) Slide 10- Day 2
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Chinese New Year Comprehension Passages and Questions
Perfect idea for Chinese New Year! In A Chinese New Year Comprehension Passages, students participate in activities after learning about Chinese life, ideas and culture. A Chinese New Year Comprehension Passages, can be used as...a whole group activityan interventionas a center stationin cooperativ
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Chinese New Year 2019 (Year of the Pig) Bundle – With Bonus Puzzles About China
Enjoy the below Chinese New Year 2019-themed products (Year of the Pig) with this discounted bundle!Chinese New Year 2019 (Year of the Pig) Two-Page Activity Set and Word Search Puzzle – Learn about this important New Year tradition and how it is celebrated, the Year of the Pig, how families are get
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Feature * Film ~ Seven Years In Tibet
“Getting to the top is optional. Getting down is mandatory." Edmund Viesturs (American mountaineer ~ 1959)After being on the first team to climb the Nordwand in 1938, Austrian mountaineer, Heinrich Harrer, joined an expedition to the Himalayas in 1938 to climb the Nanga Parbat.One year later, thoug
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Literacy- Chinese Nursery Rhymes Full Unit
Chinese nursery rhymes is a fun way to teach Chinese. It’s simple, rhyming patterns helps early learners to become better Chinese readers. I especially like this method because it infused a little bit of culture in our Second Grade Chinese immersion class. By the end of the year, I can say the fir
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CHINESE NEW YEAR: CELEBRATE THE HISTORY, A CRYPTOGRAM!
This activity requires students to decode a message about this famous and ancient holiday. Happy New Year! The Chinese New Year ends with with the Festival of Lanterns. The staff can have some fun with this, also!
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Free Chinese New Year Coloring Page and Dot-to-Dot
Explore Chinese New Year with a creative and fun coloring page and dot-to-dot number activity page featuring Lexi the Mouse as he journeys through China. Use this page to teach your students about the Dragon Dance and expose them to Chinese numbers at the same time. The Dragon Dance is an integral p
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India Social Studies Lesson-Interactive Lesson Using Google Earth
I did a multicultural lesson with my kids one year where we used Google Earth to go on a "Trip Around the World" and learn about customs of different countries. I put color coded stars in the lessons that link to either Google Earth or videos. My kids LOVED it! They were calling out and getting exci
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Folk Art in India! The Indian Elephant (Lesson, Ahimsa, Conservation) & Gond Art
This lesson is perfect for SAVE THE ELEPHANT DAY on April 16th and for WORLD ELEPHANT DAY on August 12th! Folk Art in India! The Indian Elephant (40 pages, not including instructions to user) examines the Indian elephant by studying the role of ahimsa (the Indian principle of non-violence towards li

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Japan! A Country Study K - 3 Introduction - Mini Booklet Ready to Print No Prep
Introduce students in grades K through 3 to Japan! Two differentiated versions - basic and more advanced!JAPAN! A Country Study Grades K through 3 (41 pages total, not including instructions for user) is an introduction to Japan, with realistic images included for students to really "see" and get a

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The History of Japan K - 2! Interactive Lesson with No Prep Craft & Mini Booklet
LEARN ABOUT THE HISTORY OF JAPAN! PERFECT FOR GRADES K THRU 2!The Ginkgo tree is a "living fossil" that can live for over a thousand years. The tree is personified as the narrator of the history of Japan who has witnessed the evolution of the country. Key concepts include the importance of rice prod

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