Chinese New Year Activities
A comprehensive text on the regional Chinese traditions and customs during the Chinese New Year festivities. The text describes all the festivities of the 15 day New Year celebration in China. There are 12 reading comprehension questions and two extensive gap filling exercises that can be done in class or
This Reading Comprehension worksheet introduces students to the Chinese Spring Festival. The text gives a brief history of the Chinese New Year traditions and celebrations. The text explores the origins of the Chinese Lunar Calendar. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or
This bundle includes 13 sets of sight word cards. I have included a goat version and a sheep version. Each set includes all 220 Dolch words and is in both color and black and white. It was inspired by the Chinese New Year zodiac. It can be played anytime.Sight Word Memory GameThe game is played as a typical memory game.
Chinese New Year Zodiac Animal Coloring Pages Chinese New Year 2018 is Friday, February 16th. Use these Chinese New Year Zodiac animal coloring pages in conjunction with my Chinese New Year Bundle or as a stand alone resource. Included is a list of the Zodiac animals and their corresponding years, as well as, a coloring page for each animal that includes the characteristics of a person born under that sign.
Differentiating instruction, integrating Social Studies into reading, AND addressing standards like Common Core is daunting. But this passage set knocks out all three at once! Plus it includes comprehension questions and could easily go with other activities or projects you’ve already planned! A must-have resource for teaching about Winter Celebrations Around the World.
This download includes 18 different comprehension activities. Each activity comes with 1 x story page and 1 x questions page. There is a short amount of information provided on each page and then 4 questions on another page - you can see examples in preview/thumbnail pictures. This is great for students to be able to read a passage and recall details from it, answering relevant questions. It is related to Chinese New Year ...