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We learnt almost everything about Lunar New Year, read two interesting books, and paper cut a lovely little tiger together! At the end of this workshop, we learnt how to create our own fortune envelope with a cute tiger head on top! Greetings! The Year of TIGER!
We played Kahoot Lunar New Year Trivia and made a cute clay tiger together! Check this record to enjoy as much fun as we had!
Many thanks to our volunteers:
Ms. Summer, CPS teacher from George Westinghouse HS
Ms. Nicole, Principal of Nicole's Craft Studio
Instroducing Lantern Festival by Chinadaily.com.cn
The Lantern Festival is on the 15th day of the first lunar month. Its arrival also marks the end of Spring Festival celebrations. People enjoy lantern parades, play riddle games, and eat sweet rice balls to celebrate the coming of the new year.
In this story, a little girl's kind gesture helped her dream come true. But she could not have done it without the help from her whole family.
Written and Illustrated by Lin Xin Translated by Yijin Wert
Teddy, the newborn tiger prince, was taught staying away from greedy mankind and their community. While Su, an 8-year old girl, was also taught to be cautious of wild animals especially the dangerous tigers. However, these two little curious children met! What would happen to them? Check it out:)
How did pince Teddy and little girl Su build up their friendship after adventuring together? Will their friendship bring the two families and their communities together?
2022 is the year of Tiger, let’s listen to this story!
You will learn everything about the Lunar New Year in this book, including what people eat, what clothes they wear, and what activities they do to celebrate the most important festival traditionally.
The National Geography is sharing information about how people all around the world to celebrate the Lunar New Year!
Ruby decided to visit her grandmother for Chinese New Year celebration this year. Would you like to come along?
Do you want to know what this little girl will experience in her first Chinese New Year? Let's listen to this ReadAloud.
The year of Tiger is time to wear a
TIGER HEAD HAT!
Kids will get red envelope from their parents and grandparent in Lunar New Year with blessings.
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