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This count and color activity will get you ready to celebrate Chinese New Year with your preschooler.

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Set it up

* Paper and printer
* crayons/color pencils
* optional: laminator to make the game reusable
* optional: dry erase markers if laminating

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Start it up

This is a simple print and play worksheet. Ask your preschooler to read the number on the left side and color in that number of money envelopes.

Visiting relatives is a big part of the Chinese New Year celebration. One of the best things about this if you’re a kid is getting an envelope with money inside from older married relatives.

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Level up

Challenge your child with the other worksheets included in the free Chinese New Year activity pack. There are 4 other activities including pre-writing skills, a maze, shadow matching and patterns.

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Pair it up

We are trying to teach Mr. R to use chopsticks. We go to Asian restaurants so often plus he’s part Chinese by blood. We got him some kid’s chopsticks that don’t separate from each other for now (almost like tweezers) and hopefully he gets the hang of it soon.

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You can also use chopsticks for other activities besides eating. Transferring cotton wool from one bowl to another using chopsticks is a common preschool activity. They’re a handy tool to have for developing fine motor skills.

It’s always a good idea to expose children to other cultures and using a character they may be familiar with, like Peppa Pig, may make it more interesting.

Enjoy! 

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