Lessons for Chinese New Year

Page 1 of 793 results

  • leeanneUnit - … and units Chinese New Year Leeanne VanDurme Unit overview This month-long unit is designed for sixth grade students and encompasses Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year, or the … Chinese New Year celebration in the classroom, which coincides with the actual Chinese New Year. This activity highlights the students' knowledge and what they think about Chinese New Year … cultural characteristics of Chinese New Year celebrations when asked; 2. Compare accurately, both orally and in writing, Chinese New Year celebrations and traditions with New Year celebrations of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Chinese New Year - … is Chinese New Year compared to regular New Year in Western countries? 2. What is the legend related to Chinese New Year? 3. How do Chinese prepare for New Year? 4. How do Chinese celebrate New Year? 5. How long does Chinese New Year celebration last? Rationale: In Chinese culture … color them 9/28/2005 Chinese New Year 2 1. What is Chinese New Year compared to regular New Year in Western countries? Chinese New Year is also called Spring Festival …
    User Rating:
  • Celebrate the Chinese New Year - … look forward to the celebration each year. The Chinese New Year starts with the first New Moon of a New Year and ends with the FULL MOON 15 days later. So, we celebrate the Chinese New Year … a parade in celebration of the Chinese New Year. Look up the date that the Chinese New Year begins this year. ALWAYS, give much gratitude and appreciation …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • Celebrate the Chinese New Year - … look forward to the celebration each year. The Chinese New Year starts with the first New Moon of a New Year and ends with the FULL MOON 15 days later. So, we celebrate the Chinese New Year … a parade in celebration of the Chinese New Year. Look up the date that the Chinese New Year begins this year. ALWAYS, give much gratitude and appreciation …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • Celebrate the Chinese New Year - … look forward to the celebration each year. The Chinese New Year starts with the first New Moon of a New Year and ends with the FULL MOON 15 days later. So, we celebrate the Chinese New Year … a parade in celebration of the Chinese New Year. Look up the date that the Chinese New Year begins this year. ALWAYS, give much gratitude and appreciation …
    User Rating:
  • Chinese New Year - … the Chinese zodiac 2. Story of Chinese New Year 3. Customs and traditions before and during Chinese New Year Materials: 1. PowerPoint 2. Lunar Calendar 3. Chinese zodiac cycle 4. Chinese New Year couplet 5 … Chinese New year to your students. The origin of Chinese New Year began with the passing of a lion-like monster called nin, the Chinese word for year
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • China - … Hee" Happy Chinese New Year! Tell the students they will get to celebrate the Chinese New Year today! Guided Practice: The Chinese celebrate the New Year every year somewhere between Jan. 20 and Feb. 20 (the specific day depends on the year). It is the single most important event of the year! The Chinese New Year is determined in cycles of twelve and each year is …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • A Multicultural Study: Chinese New Year - … on customs of the Chinese New Year. Good books are: Celebrating Chinese New Year by Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith, Holiday House, 1998 Happy New Year: Kung-Hsi Fa-Ts'ai! By Demi Crown, 1997 Gung Hay Fat Choy or Chinese New Year Chinese lantern: 18"x12 … on a world map 2. Discuss how the Chinese New Year's celebrations compare with New Year's or other holiday activities the children do …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Ways to Celebrate in the Winter - … pencils Chinese New Year Celebrating Winter Holidays World map Lion Dancer: Ernie Wan's Chinese New Year Paper plates Scissors Glue Feathers Dragon Dance My First Chinese New Year … : A Chinese New Year, by Joan Holub; ISBN 10: 012400009 My First Chinese New Year, by Karen Katz; ISBN 10:0805070761 Lion Dancer: Ernie Wan's Chinese New Year … celebration. Chinese New Year Chinese New Year begins in late January or early February and includes outdoor parades and fireworks. The date of the Chinese New Year's Day …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Exploring China - … Compare and Contrast organizer. Title: Day 10- Chinese New Year Listening Activity A selection on Chinese New Year will be read to the students twice. The … . Title: Day 13: Comparing Chinese New Year and American New Year Using Numbered Heads students will brainstorm facts about Chinese New Year and American New Year. Students will share their … . Students will then complete a Venn Diagram on the Chinese New Year and American New Year independently. Title: Day 14: Moon Festival Listening Activity A …
    User Rating:
Copyright © 2017 Lesson Corner. All rights reserved.