Chinese New Year
A fun activity book for the Chinese New Year!
New York, NY (August 1, 2004) – Chinese
New Year has been an important holiday celebrated by Chinese communities
all over the world. Now, Chinese New Year is a common holiday celebrated
in classrooms in North America. Teachers
are always seeking new and easy classroom activities for their students in January or February of each year, coinciding with Lunar Chinese calendar.
Chinese New Year: An Activity Book is a fun-filled craft, activity and resource book for the Chinese
New Year. In addition to basic facts and history of the Chinese New Year,
you can make a dragon parade, a paper lantern, Chinese candy box and red lucky envelopes (hongbao)
following simple directions and examples in this activity book. You will
also have fun learning about your Chinese Zodiac signs. This is an excellent
resource for parents and teachers with children ages 5 to 10.
a Hong Kong born mother and prolific creator
of multicultural educational resources has compiled an easy-to-use and
follow activities which can be done at home and at schools. “Over the years, I have attended many school
celebrations and have led activities for children.
This book is my collection
of these activities which has worked well and enjoyed by children in those
sessions. All the activities have been also reviewed by other teachers
as well. I wanted to share my knowledge of Chinese culture,” said Ms.
|Celebrating Chinese New Year: An Activity Book
The book also contains detailed Chinese Lunar calendar to figure out your Chinese zodiac signs.
To order Celebrating Chinese
New Year or to interview Hingman Chan, please contact Master Communications.
Celebrating Chinese New Year: An Activity
Author: Hingman Chan,
Publication Date; August 2004
Suggested Retail Price:
Ages: 5 to 10 or K-5th
Trim Size: 8.5 x 11
Sample pages can be viewed on Amazon.com