Tag: Chinese New Year

  • More February Play & Learn Activities for Kids

    The second part of the month is every bit as fun and exciting as the first half. For more February play and learn activities for kids, bake up some valentine cookies, and of course, share some valentines with friends. Chinese New Year’s invities us to come along and join in the fun with a lion…

  • Kids Chinese New Year Painting Craft – (X Marks the Spot)

    Did you know this is the most celebrated holiday in the world? Here’s a kids Chinese New Year painting craft that breathes fire. Well, not fire, but fun. We adapted this from a thumbprint painting activity at Fun Handprint Art. At this time of year, you may be fortunate enough to get up close to…

  • Chinese New Year Activities for Kids

    Any monkeys, er….kids need something to do today? Here are some fun Chinese New Year activities for kids. Each year the date of Chinese New Year changes. The lunar new year falls on the date of the new moon sometime between mid-January to mid-February. No matter when it arrives, there are lots of fun activities…

  • Children’s Books for Chinese New Year

    There are many wonderful children’s books for Chinese New Year with bright colors and exciting pictures. Whether this is a tradition in your family or not, many kids will want to know more about this celebration. Many communities will have special events and kids will have questions about what is happening. Books are a great…

  • Chinese New Year for Kids And Families

    Chinese New Year is a wonderful celebration that seems to be the opposite of winter’s cold weather and gloomy skies. It’s filled with bright color, vibrant music, and a dancing dragon. More significantly, there is a powerful message for all of us no matter our age or culture. The celebration is to both wrap up…

  • Chinese New Year for Kids

    Being part of a community and participating in or just watching cultural events is also part of kindergarten readiness fun and learning. We all live in a space that we share with others, so we need to learn about others as we are learning about ourselves. This weekend, many communities will have a Chinese New…