Interactive theme image
An image to talk to children about China. Scroll the mouse over the image and click on the links to get all kinds of informative knowledge.
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Interactive kindergarten songs
A lot of songs about China . Scroll the mouse over the image and click on the links to sing the songs.
Game Package, China theme
Five beautiful games about the theme ‘China’ in which many literacy and numeracy goals are incorporated.
What a beautiful country is China. A country with its own traditions, many different communities, beautiful clothes and distinctive customs. Plenty of reasons, therefore, to work with children on the theme ‘China’!
In line with the theme ‘China’ I created these games. They are fun games to play in class. Many different goals on numeracy and literacy are incorporated in this package of games.
Play the dragon boat race, search for the panda bears, make sure you have the longest Chinese lantern, put the Chinese from short to long and ensure you obtain all letters to create the word ‘China’.
You can play this game during class but you can also use these games in the math center or litheracy center.
Enjoy this package.
China words with pictures for kindergarten
For the writing center.
China math activities for Kindergarten
Shadow matching. Draw a line from each picture to the shadow that matches. Add up pandas, put a line if it is six together.
Writing patterns China for kindergarten
Two writing patterns to help develop writing skills.
Role play in kindergarten, China theme
Make a Chinese home in a theme center. Put a wooden box with Chinese clothes in it. Chinese hats and slippers are also fun to use in this center. Hang up some lanterns. A bamboo fly curtain gives an extra Chinese feeling. Other materials which fit into this center are: parasols, fans, fruit, tea set with tea, little rice bowls, rice, chopsticks, plastic fruit and vegetables, a wok, pet animals (stuffed animals), Chinese newspapers and so on.
You can create a new game boost after a few weeks by adding rice and dried bananas to the center. The kids start cooking and creating all sorts of Chinese dishes. It is also fun to pick up stuff from the wok with their chopsticks.
Theme table panda nanny
Put some fake grass, sticks, tree slices and green bamboo grass on a table. The kids can play a long time with some little panda bears, a little doll and a car to transport the panda bears. It is a good ideae to put some books about panda bears on the table.
Painting Chinese characters with water
A nice Chinese mat with printed characters. The kids can color the characters with a brush and water. Then the characters turn black. When the mat dries again, the black disappears and the characters can be colored in again.
Blocks center building cards
Building cards to build in the blocks center.
Story about the origin of the Chinese New Year, the story of Nian
Do you want to understand why the Chinese New Year is celebrated with firecrackers, lots of red paper, lanterns, and loud music? Then the picture book below is a must! Click on the picture to go to the story and the pictures.
Making lanterns, China theme
Stick pieces of tissue paper on a glass jar. Afterwards the kids draw a character on the glass jars and make yellow garlands under it.
Making a Chinese flag for kindergarten, China theme
The stars of the flag are colored with a yellow crayon. Afterwards, the flag is painted red with watercolor. The kids also stamp the word China on the flag. You can download the flag below.
Fireworks during the Chinese New Year, China theme
The kids draw fireworks in the sky on the paper with a colored crayon. Then the paper is colored with blue watercolor.
Making Chinese people for kindergarten, China theme
You can make this nice Chinese people with little bottles, white balls, paper and chenille sticks.
Coloring and folding Chinese fans
The kids draw shapes on a paper with crayons and paint the paper with watercolor. afterwards. The fan is folded when the paper is dry. A little piece of lace is tied to the bottom.
Painting panda bears with a fork
The kids paint these panda bears with a fork. The eyes, ears and snout are cut from paper and glued to the painting later.
Making and painting Chinese rice bowls
The kids make a bowl from a ball of clay. The bowls can be painted when they are dry. It is fun to put some rice in the bowls at the end.
Cut and paste a pagoda
Show the kids some pictures of Chinese pagodas. After this, the kids cut and paste one from paper.
Drawing panda bears and stamping bamboo
The kids draw a panda bear with crayons using a step by step example (download here). They cut out this panda bear. They stamp bamboo on a colored paper. These stamps are made by cutting out some pieces of branches and leaves of rubber and pasting these on a block of wood. The stamps are painted with some watercolor. and the stamping can begin.
Making Chinese people with fabric, paper, buttons and lace
The base is a cardboard doll.
Chinese painting with cherry blossom
The kids draw a vase made of Chinese pottery. The decorate the vase with a blue marker and cut out the vase. There were some pictures of Chinese vases on the table. The kids blow drops of black watercor to sticks and make blossom of little figures and punches. Little slats are placed under the painting and above the painting. You can work three lessons on this painting with the kids.
Making Chinese seal stamps for kindergarten
Chinese seal stamps are handmade and are being stamped with red ink. It is a symbol of authority and power. A seal stamp is usually squared. The kids make the stamps by cutting out pieces of rubber and pasting these on a square block of wood. The stamping can begin when the stamps are dry. You can use a ink pad or you can paint the stamp with red watercolor. Afterwards, the kids can also use the stamps of each other.
Making Chinese hats
Making Chinese people with Hama beads
Making a Chinese tangram for kindergarten, swan and cat
Chinese treat for kindergarten