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Today marks the beginning of the celebrations for Chinese New Year: the Year of the Sheep. It’s a tradition in our house to make wontons, as dumplings are traditionally associated with the holiday and the kids love them too. Wontons are easy to make, tasty, kid-friendly, and you can get everything you need at your local grocery store for a relatively low price....

With the Chinese New Year almost here, do you know how much of a party the celebrations are? I am always amazed at how fun, athletic, and awe inspiring a good festival lion can be at Chinese New Year celebration. The tricks, stunts, and more that the performers are able to execute is often times phenomenal.  With this in mind, while we were reading the story...

Every February, China ushers in a New Year. This important holiday is celebrated through a variety of traditions centering on family, peace, and prosperity. The most widely recognized symbol of a new year in China is the Chinese Zodiac, or Sheng Xiao. Based on a 12 year cycle and calculated by the Chinese lunar calendar, the zodiac is represented by 12 unique animals...

With our New Year’s Day not being the same as the Chinese New Year, do you teach both in your lessons? Then why not add some Chinese New Year themed fun to your lessons today with FREE Chinese New Year Coloring Book?  This fun Chinese New Year Coloring Book centers around all the things associated with the Chinese New Year. This coloring book is designed to...