Celebrate the Chinese New Year with creative crafts and recipes.
Celebrate Chinese New Year with this mini version of the monster-size parade dragon.
It's the Chinese Year of the Snake! Have your kids make a suitable sidekick from cardstock and markers.
Eating nian gao is considered good luck during Chinese New Year. Have your kids help you bake it while you teach them about new cultures.
Dragons represent good fortune, so they often make appearances at celebrations of Chinese New Year. Create your own luck with this puppet-size dragon.
This adorable and friendly fire-breathing dragon will delight kids of all ages.
Celebrate the Chinese New Year with long, lacy garlands.
Noodles are a traditional food for Chinese New Year: their length symbolizes longevity.
Get the new year off to a swimming start with these fortune-bringing fish.
Bring the entire family together making these dumplings which represent wealth and togetherness during the New Year.
With these colorful, fortune-filled paper cookies, you can enjoy the Chinese New Year tradition of chun lian, simple expressions of wishes for good fortune in the coming year.
The best part about this colorful Chinese dish is its versatility -- you can pick and choose the vegetables you include to accommodate your family's tastes.
Your family can celebrate the Chinese New Year and its finale, the Lantern Festival, with a collection of these flameless mini paper lanterns.
The green beans in this classic Chinese dish take on the flavors of ginger, chili, and garlic. And the spice is just right -- not too hot for most kids but a bit of a kick for Mom and Dad.
These decorative lanterns aren't meant to be lit, but they're great additions to your party décor.
Any Chinese restaurant worth its soy sauce can make a good wonton soup. But once you and your child try our version, you might never go back.
This handy printable will show you the animal that corresponds with your birth year, and the most likely compatible signs.
Water chestnuts provide a crunchy contrast to the shrimp's delicate texture and flavor in these Asian dumplings.
Oyster sauce and sesame oil give this traditional pork dumpling its rich flavor.
Present your Chinese New Year gift inside our printable red envelope.
Bring good fortune to your household this year with these delicious egg rolls which symbolize wealth.
This easy-to-assemble printable dragon puppet will be a big hit at your party.
The Cantonese word for lettuce sounds like "fortune", which is why lettuce wraps are a traditional staple at the New Year's table.
During the celebration of Chinese New Year, oranges and tangerines are displayed in trays or bowls. Tangerines are symbolic of good luck and oranges represent wealth. Make your own tray of oranges to share good luck with your whole family!
Festive Ribbon Dragon
Nian Gao, or Chinese New Year's Cake
Make a Dragon Puppet
Paper Fortune Cookies
Chicken Lo Mein
Spicy Green Beans with Pork
Chinese New Year Paper Lantern
Wonderful Wonton Soup
Chinese New Year Zodiac Wheel
Chinese New Year Red Envelope
Chicken and Pepper Egg Rolls
Chicken Lettuce Wraps
Chinese Orange Tray
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