As part of your Chinese New Year Activities, why not teach your students how to count to 10 in Chinese! The packet includes both number cards in English and Chinese, so children can play games like Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" as well as an anchor chart that shows the "brush" strokes, helpful links to sites where you can hear the numbers + several number activities.
A comprehensive annotated bibliography of 53 of my all-time favorite Chinese books, perfect for your Chinese New Year studies and celebrations.
Bookmarks are a sweet incentive to motivate your students, or simply tuck one in their desk or backpack as a little surprise. Includes a page of ways to say "Happy New Year" in Chinese, with links to helpful pronunciation sites.
Use these dragon alphabet cards to help celebrate Chinese New Year. They are great as a bulletin board boarder, for independent centers, puzzles, and games. Includes a blank set, so you can program with whatever, as well as a 3-page tip list of what to do with the cards.
The Dollar Word packet covers addition, critical thinking, strategy, cooperative learning, counting, and parts of speech. It's a great Daily-5 word work activity, as well as perfect for your 100-Day celebration.
If you're looking for a fun way to count up to 100 Day and cover a few more standards along the way, I think you'll enjoy this shape train.
For a simple and quick game or center activity for your 100th day of school, try "Dots and Boxes." I designed a grid, that when completed, will reveal 100 boxes.
Ever wonder what comes after a trillion? Here's an anchor chart designed with a 100-Day theme to help you out. I've included links for some interesting computer work too.
Create a lovely rainbow 100 with this great fine motor craft. Ripping and tearing paper helps strengthen little fingers and hands. You can also have them arrange their scraps in a color pattern. Completed projects make a wonderful 100-Day bulletin board.
Five days before you celebrate your 100th day of school, have students keep a journal of how they spend their time. Do it for 4 days and 4 hours for a total of 100 hours.