Chinese New Year

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Yesterday in Reception we learnt about Chinese New Year. We made our own Chinese lanterns and dragons, and wrote messages to put inside a fortune cookie. There were mixed feelings when it came to the sweet and sour stir fry!

We would love to hear what the children learnt about New Year. Can you remember why red is a special colour?
Can you remember which animal in the zodiac it is this year?

8 thoughts on “Chinese New Year

  1. Vicki

    The dragons look amazing children. It looks like you all enjoyed the noodles as well. We will be making chinese food tonight, let’s hope it tastes as nice as yours. Kung Hei Fat Choi and Xin nian kuai le.

  2. nicki

    Oscar absolutely loved yesterday, he wanted Chinese food for tea; and he ate the lot! He was so excited to give us our fortune cookie, it was a lovely gift! He told us all about the animals having a race too 🙂

  3. Aimee Hopkin

    Sienna says red is special as it is good luck and it is the year of the hen. She said she tried Chinese food but didn’t like it. She’s a fussy one as mummy would have loved it

  4. Jody Fowell

    Amazing!! Well done Reception. Lola said that red brings good luck and it’s the year of the rooster! She said that the stir fry was good (with a big smile on her face). Xxx

  5. Miss Hodgson

    Well done children for listening well and remembering lots about Chinese New Year! I’ve got to say I thoroughly enjoyed my Chinese takeaway tonight! Kung Hei Fat Choi everybody!

  6. Kath Roberts

    Sorry Skyla-Beau told me this morning she did not like the sweet n sour, but she enjoyed making the dragon, she did the red because it’s good luck


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