Celebrate Chinese New Year of the Rooster  2017 on 28. Here are some free classroom teaching  downloads from The British Council

hung_hei_fat_choyKung Hei Fat Choy  means Happy New Year in Chinese at the Activity Village  you can download a selection of  free printables and worksheets celebrating the 2017 Chinese New Year of the Rooster here


Learn all about the history of Chinese New Year and find out what astrological animal you are at the TopMarks website here.

Teaching ideas and some more links to free Chinese New Year Resources  from ReadWriteThink.org

roosterorigamiMake beautiful Origami  animals representing each of the years in the Chinese Zodiac  including The Rooster or at The Origami Resource Centre.

You can find more resources including printables and craft ideas including some lovely finger painted chinese lanterns using a blossom design for Chinese New Year at The Imagination Box.

More Chinese New Year crafts for children? Everything from Chinese Drums and Dragons to Chinese Lantern Crafts and more!

Source: Chinese New Year Crafts for Kids and Party Ideas – Artsy Momma