Saturday, February 15, 2014

Chinese New Year 2014:Year of the Horse

We didn't do much in my class this year since it was the same week as report cards and parent teacher interviews, but here's a peek at a few of our projects.

We made Cherry Blossoms. I know, technically they represent Japan more, but I fell in love with this craft.

We made this LONG Chinese dragon chain using red, black and snake paper.

Hanging off the same yarn in our room we also hung these TPT inspired Lanterns and wrote happy new year in Chinese on them. I'm glad you can't hear my pronunciation!

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