Writing cards and creating banners is a lovely Chinese New Year tradition.
Gold is a special color. Plus it is a lot of fun.
I taped the stencil down onto the paper to limit the “sliding” of the card as we painted the stencils.
Then we waited for the cards to dry. We did two different versions as you can see in the above image. I am really looking forward to giving them to the boys’ Mandarin teacher in a few weeks. The boys had fun, learned a bit of culture and worked their fine motor skills.
If you enjoyed this Chinese New Year Activity, check out this Kids Activity with the Zodiac Calendar, this Chinese New Year Sensory Tub, this Button Snake Activity to celebrate the Year of the Snake and this great list of Children’s Book on the Chinese New Year. If that isn’t enough for you, check out my Chinese New Year Pinterest Board!
Thanks for visiting today. ~ Marnie
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