Friday Freebie Linkup: Chinese New Year – Year of the Monkey

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Chinese New Year’s Day’s date is calculated according to the Chinese lunar calendar, hence the date is different each year on the Gregorian (internationally used) calendar, but always in the period January 21 to February 20. In 2016 it’s Monday, February 8th.

Chinese New Year Dates for the Next Chinese Zodiac Cycle



Chinese astrology : monkey coloring page from Hello Kids
You can print out this Chinese astrology : monkey coloring page, but you can also color online. You can also color online your Chinese astrology : monkey coloring page

The Year of the Monkey coloring page from Hello Kids
This The Year of the Monkey coloring page is very popular among the Hellokids fans. New coloring pages added all the time to CHINESE ZODIAC coloring pages

Year of the Monkey from Activity Village
Monkey Characteristics Poster
This poster shows the typical characteristics of people born in the Year of the Monkey – happy, flexible, enthusiastic, confident, skilful, inventive and clever!

Year of the Monkey Bookmark
Do you have the characteristics of someone born in the Year of the Monkey? Print out our bookmarks and find out. They make great classroom handouts.

Monkey Mask Printable from Activity Village
Cheeky monkeys will enjoy wearing this cheeky monkey mask! Just print, cut out and tie on with elastic or string…

Chinese New Year Activities from Activity Village
Kung Hei Fat Choy means Happy New Year! Welcome to our Chinese New Year / Lunar New Year pages! We’ve got a huge collection of fun activities for you to explore and enjoy with your kids, both at home or in the classroom. You can learn about the current year – Year of the Goat – or just enjoy our general Chinese New Year content (including original colouring pages, crafts, puzzles, worksheets, printables of all sorts)…

Chinese Zodiac Signs Coloring Pages from Nick Jr
Are you a monkey or a rat? Have fun learning about the signs of the Chinese zodiac with this printable, colorable book.

Chinese New Year Colouring Pages from Activity Village
We’ve got a great collection of Chinese New Year colouring pages here for all ages. Start by scrolling through some general Chinese New Year and Chinese themed colouring pages, then explore our colouring pages dedicated to the various Chinese zodiac animals.

Chinese New Year Do-a-Dot Printables from Gift of Curiosity
This pack includes 15 Chinese New Year do-a-dot worksheets designed to help kids practice a range of skills including one-to-one correspondence, shapes, letter recognition, counting, and number recognition.

Chinese New Year Literacy Activities from Laura Candler on Teachers Pay Teachers
Learning about the Chinese New Year will be fun for your students when they complete the two literacy activities in this packet! Both activities were designed for cooperative learning teams, but they would work equally well with partners or in a small guided reading group. The first lesson is a sorting activity in which cards with facts about the Chinese and American New Years are placed on a Venn diagram. The second activity involves discussion cards to use with the book Sam and the Lucky Money.

Chinese New Year Packs from Royal Baloo
This page pack is intended for kids aged 2-7.
What’s in the pack?
Tot Pack:
Coloring page, Dot Marker pages, dragon by color, prewriting, matching, and puzzles.
3-part cards, matching, colors, maze, size sorting, patterning, puzzles, dot markers, fine the same, counting, shadow matching, ABC mats, ABC puzzles, lacing cards, shapes, and color-by-number.
SuDoKu, Graphing, word problems, time, add and clip cards, subtract and clip cards, write the room, word search, color-by-addition, color-by-subtraction, beginning sounds, writing, matching, fill in the missing numbers, counting backwards, addition and subtraction mats, count to 10, sorting by addition and subtraction, skip counting by 10, number lines, following directions, color by fraction, even and odd sort, measuring, skip counting, and more!



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