The Chinese New Year, a calendar system centuries older than the Gregorian calendar, begins in 2013 on February 10. This year celebrates the year of the snake. If you are a classroom teacher, home-schooler or in charge of any group which educates children, one of the most instructive and interesting subjects you can explore with students is the cultural practices of different peoples and groups. Here are some free resources for you to print to explore the Chinese New Year. You will find lessons, crafts, puzzles, games and materials to print free. Free Printable Activities for the Chinese New Year
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