Besides the lantern craftivity, this packet includes super-interesting facts and history about Chinese lanterns and the famous Lantern Festival, with lots of fascinating links to short YouTube videos of lion dancing, stilt walking, dragon dancing, floating lanterns, and parades, that will take your students to China in the comfort of your classroom.
A quick game to plug into your Groundhog Day activities. Set a timer, or let students work on their list throughout the day. Students can work on this independently or on a team. Includes a list of 66 words that I found. Share the list with your students after they have completed theirs.
Cut the hats off of the groundhogs to make puzzles or Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" games. Includes a blank set + "Kaboom" cards to add more excitement to your games.
Help reinforce counting to 10, counting backwards from 10 to 1, as well as skip counting by 10's to 100, with these Groundhog Day-themed puzzles.
Print some off on white construction paper; trim, make 2 slits and insert a pencil. Use for Chinese New Year incentives, prizes, or a special surprise that's tucked in your students' desks or backpacks.
Attach a lollipop to one of these notes, as a sweet surprise for your Chinese New Year celebration.
These 9 Chinese-themed puzzles will help your students practice counting forwards, backwards and by 10's. Includes 3 blank templates for your kiddos to place pieces on, or to make a flip booklet. They make a nice independent center for your Chinese New Year celebration, or challenge students to pick a partner to play against, and see who can complete their puzzle first.
If you're studying money right now, why not have students learn a bit about Chinese currency, so they can compare and contrast it with ours. Packet includes 2 Venn diagrams, plus a link to a site where students can type in US dollars and have it converted to Chinese yuan.