Show kids how to create a pull-a-long dragon toy out of paper cups. It’s an enjoyable way to learn about Chinese culture and a great craft to make for the Chinese … Read More
This year Chinese New Year celebrates the year of the Rooster. This Paper Plate Rooster is just one of the many paper plate barnyard crafts the kids can make. Check our … Read More
Have the kids create this Dragon Mask in celebration of Chinese New Year. You can have your own parade and the kids can use their masks as part of the … Read More
This Dragon Puppet would be great for Chinese New Year or table decorations for Blue and Gold Dinners or puppet theatre Making the craft is just the beginning of … Read More
This Paper Bag Goat Puppet is another addition to our Barnyard Paper Bag Puppets. These puppets are fun to make and provide hours of creative playtime. 2015 is also the … Read More
Have the kids make a Chinese Lantern Mobile to set the scene for their own Chinese New Year celebrations. 2014 is the year of the horse so have the kids make the … Read More
Have the kids make Chinese Character Cards to send inspiring messages to friends and family for Chinese New Year. They can be used any day and don’t have to be for … Read More
Celebrate the Chinese New Year with your own handmade Dragon Mask. Chinese people dance as drogons and lion in hopes of bringing prosperity to their crops and businesses.
2013 is the year of the Snake according to Chinese lore. Recycle a cardboard tube into a snake to celebrate the new year.
January 23, 2012 is Chinese New Year and this year is the Year of the Dragon. What could be more fun than creating your own dragon to celebrate.
This is a fun craft whether you are putting together costumes for a play, studying the Chinese culture or working on a Halloween Costume.
Lucky Chinese Red Envelope
Chinese red envelopes are commonly given out during the Chinese New Year, weddings, and birthdays and are considered to be very auspicious gifts. Red symbolizes fire and fire is thought … Read More
February 14th, 2010 is the beginning of the Chinese New Year and this year it is the Tiger. Set up your own Chinese New Year party and the kids will … Read More
2009 is the Year of the Ox in Chinese lore. The Free Kids Crafts Team has created this bookmark to help celebrate the 2009 Chinese New Year.
Watch the Olympics with your own easy to make Asian hat.