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Year of the Rat Hats Chinese New Year Headbands Year of the Rat Activity Sheets An easy to create Chinese New Year Hat to celebrate the Year of the Rat. Your kiddos will love making this adorable Chinese New Year Headbands and working on the related Year of the Rat activity sheets. There are so m...
How cute and fun are these paper mice? Easy to make with the free printable template and great for doing alongside nursery rhymes and mouse story books.
The rat is 2020's Chinese New Year animal. Today I'm sharing a fun paper cutting craft that celebrates the rat. This project is enough that elementary kids can enjoy the art of paper cutting while also celebrating traditional Chinese culture and the New Year. (I also particularly love today's craft because it's cute AND combines my affinity for making Chinese New Year crafts, trying out different origami and kirigami crafts, and cutting fun designer snowflakes!) How to Make A Rat Paper Cutting... with kids! Today's craft was inspired by this Chinese New Year Kirigami Lantern. (My apologies, I couldn't find the original source, but if you know it, please let me know!) How to Make a Cute Chinese New Year Rat Paper Cutting 1. Fold a sheet of red construction paper (or Origami paper) in half. Draw half of a rat. (If you're doing this with younger kids or a lot of kids, it might help to have a template that the children can trace.) Then, cut out your rat. Now we're going to fold down portions of the rat to make our paper cuttings. 2. Fold down the ear and fold the rat's stomach in half. Or, if you want to get fancy, fold the stomach in half again (like a snowflake.) Folding the tummy only once Folding the tummy like a snowflake Note: If you're using construction paper, the snowflake folds are a bit tougher to cut. The flimsier origami paper worked better for the snowflake type of fold. Also, feel free to keep folding and unfolding your ears and stomach to create different sorts of cuts. 3. Proceed to cut! 4. Voila! Unfold and admire your paper cutting. Add a cute face and you're all set! Note: If you're using origami paper, I highly suggest using a Sharpie marker. Normal markers may smear. And that's it! I hope you enjoy this easy Chinese New Year craft. If you make some, tag me on IG so I can see! (I love it when inspired readers show me what they're making. It makes my heart happy seeing so many kids and adults creating together.) More Kids Lunar New Year Crafts: If you enjoyed this Lunar New Year Craft, here are a couple more from the archives: Paper Chain Dragons Easy Drago Kite Puppets Folded Paper Lanterns Tissue Paper Plum Blossoms Paper Bag Lion Masks Tissue Paper Blossom Paintings Happy creating, friends!
A Collection of the top 60 Chinese New Year Crafts and activities for kids. Colouring pages, puzzles, worksheets, art, craft, books & printables too.
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Did you know that the Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, lasts for approximately 23 days? Celebrate the holiday by making one of these 13 Easy To Make Chinese New Year Crafts For Kids! Perfect for little hands including toddlers, preschoolers and elementary school students. These crafts also compliment any history or homeschool lesson about China and adds a bit of creativity to the school day.
Pretty sun-catcher paper lanterns to decorate with for the Chinese New Year. There are two Chinese Paper Lanterns Printable options for this craft.
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We have 27 Chinese New Year activities (Lunar New Year or Spring Festival) and free printables! We also cover Chinese New Year history, traditions, Chinese New Year facts for kids, crafts for Chinese New Year, food and more! Awesome addition to your holidays studies! #chinesenewyearcraftsforkid