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peaklepie
Lucky Money Envelopes are given at Chinese New Year as a sign of good fortune and wealth.  They are usually red and have good luck symbols written on them and there is usually some ‘lucky money’ put inside.  They are given as presents when people celebrate the New Year. Peakles and I decided that we...
2013 is the Year of the Snake in the Chinese Calendar. Peakles and I have watched an online story about the Chinese Zodiac together.  Peakles was very interested in making a snake decoration to go with her Chinese Lanterns so we decided to make a ‘snake swirler’ which is an ideal hanging decoration. Materials: A4 red...
Chinese Lanterns are very simple to create and I can remember making them when I was a child!  We were very excited about decorating Peakle Pie’s bedroom with all our Chinese New Year decorations.  Her favourite being the yellow and red chinese lanterns! Here is what we did and how we did it! Materials: A4 red...
The Year of the Snake – Kung Hey Fat Choi! 2013 is the Year of the Snake so we have been finding out about Chinese New Year. Peakles and I went to the library to find out more and we read some books and found out about the stories, customs and traditions that are connected with...
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