16 Books Illustrating How Chinese New Year is Celebrated

16 Books Illustrating How Chinese New Year is Celebrated

Using these books about Chinese New Year is a great way to introduce children to how Chinese New Year is celebrated and the customs and traditions of this exciting celebration.

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Explore how Chinese New Year is celebrated

Have your students ever wondered how Chinese New Year is celebrated? Well, look no further, you can use these wonderful books about Chinese New to introduce Chinese culture and traditions. They bring China, a country of great history and beauty, alive. 

Before getting to the books I have found some websites that go into more detail about how Chinese New Year is celebrated. There are also a few videos you can use with your students.

For more picture about China and its culture and traditions take a look at the post ‘17 of the Best Books Promoting Chinese Culture for Kids.

Picture Books about Chinese New Year

I hope you enjoy these recommended picture books on how Chinese New Year is celebrated. If you have any suggestions of books about Chinese New Year please add them to the comments below.

This Next New Year by Janet S. Wong

A Chinese-Korean family celebrates a multicultural Chinese New Year. They eat Korean soup and listen to noisy firecrackers. His cousin Evelyn, part Hopi and part Mexican and his French-German best friend Glenn love the food and red money envelopes. The boy promises to have an optimistic attitude in the coming year.
The Race for the Chinese Zodiac by Gabrielle Wang

In Conclusion...

Do you celebrate Chinese New Year in your classroom? What resources do you use? Add any books, videos and activities below. I would love to discover more resources!

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