This fantastic pack contains all you need to create an assembly about Chinese New Year, including 12 animal tabards, an emperor costume, 3m long ri...View full details
Chinese New Year
Persona dolls are a fantastic way to get children talking about cultures and religions that are different to their own. Size: 90cm tall.
Mark Chinese New Year with our lion's head. Big enough for a child to carry above the head, although we do not recommend that it is actually placed...View full details
Most of us know that each Chinese New Year is named after an animal, but many of us do not know the story that lies behind this tradition. Now you ...View full details
Played in Chinese New Year Celebrations.
A fantastic value set of genuine artefacts associated with Chinese New Year. It includes Lucky bags, Paper Dragon on stick, Chinese paper Lantern, ...View full details
This delightful lion puppet on a string, will make a great addition to your Chinese New Year classroom.
Beautiful brocade suit in approximately 6-8 year old size, designs/colour may vary slightly.
Beautiful brocade dress in approximately 6-8 year old size, designs/colour may vary slightly.
This traditional Chinese lantern is used for New Year celebrations and weddings.
A selection of traditional Chinese music.
An attractive lion hand puppet to mark Chinese New Year.
This colourful book provides background information, traditions and cultural significance of Chinese New Year. Aimed at emergent readers (KS1), the...View full details
Lucky cats are placed facing the main entrance of a Chinese home or business to promote prosperity. The right arm is raised for money luck but our ...View full details
This Key Stage 1 book from the Acorn series introduces children to Chinese New Year using photographs and simple, repetitive text. In paperback.
Worked by rotating the wrist, this traditional small hand drum is also sometimes called a bolang-gu or rattle drum.
Every pupil in your class can have their own pair of chopsticks with this fantastic value set of 40. They are a child-friendly size and are a great...View full details
A fun Chinese New Year activity is to share and eat fortune cookies. They provide lots of opportunities for cross-curriculum learning. Children can...View full details