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I have lived most of my life in areas with large Chinese populations, so Chinese New Year has always been something I’ve been around or even celebrated to various degrees.
I was certainly always jealous of my Chinese friends who received hong bao (lucky red envelopes) stuffed with money each year!
But of course, Chinese New Year is about more than just envelopes of money.
While I don’t pretend to know everything there is to know about Chinese culture, I do know that Chinese New Year involves many traditions and symbols.
For example, the Chinese consider red to be a lucky or auspicious color. As such, it is frequently used in celebrations in China, and many Chinese New Year decorations are red.
It is common for people to light fireworks during the new year celebrations as in olden times the loud noises were thought to scare away evil spirits.
Certain foods are commonly served for Chinese New Year as good omens. For example, the Chinese word for fish, ‘yú’, sounds very similar to the Chinese word for “surplus.” As such, fish is a dish that symbolizes prosperity.
I am excited to announce that I have gathered all of my Chinese New Year printables into one amazing bundle for you.
Check out all the details below!
Note: For more kid-friendly Chinese New Year activities, see my Chinese New Year Activities for Kids page.
What’s included in the Chinese New Year Printables Bundle?
The Chinese New Year Printables Bundle includes the following printables, some of which are only available as part of this bundle:
- Chinese Lantern Craft
- I Have. . . Who Has? Chinese New Year 10 Frames
- Chinese New Year Bingo
- Chinese New Year Coloring Pages
- Chinese New Year Complete the Picture
- Chinese New Year Do-a-Dot Printables
- Chinese New Year Drawing Pages
- Chinese New Year Grid Games
- Chinese New Year How Many to 10?
- Chinese New Year Measurement Activity
- Chinese New Year Play Dough Mats with simplified Chinese characters
- Chinese New Year Play Dough Mats with traditional Chinese characters
- Chinese New Year Preschool Math Pack
- Chinese New Year Printables Pack
- Chinese New Year Roll & Cover Math Games
- Chinese New Year Skip Counting Mats
- Chinese New Year Sudoku
- Chinese New Year Tic-Tac-Toe
- Chinese New Year Toddler Skills Pack
- Chinese Zodiac Coloring Pages
- Chinese Zodiac Coloring Pages for Older Kids
- What Do the Children Want for Chinese New Year? Logic Game
Take a look at just some of the hundreds of pages included in this bundle
Children will get plenty of practice learning shapes and colors.
There are a number of activities in the bundle designed to be used with dot markers.
You’ll receive engaging games that stimulate critical thinking and cognitive skills.
There are printables for kids who love to color and draw.
There are also activities that support children learning their numbers and letters.
And there are activities that develop more advanced math skills, including addition, subtraction, skip counting, and measurement skills.
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