A 21 slide editable PowerPoint presentation about East Asian Lunar New Year celebrations and traditions.
Why Teach About Lunar New Year?
Lunar New Year is the most important celebration in many East Asian countries. Chinese, Korean, Taiwanese and Vietnamese people gather with their families and friends to welcome the new year with food and festivities. These colourful celebrations are so great to share with your students, helping to grow their cultural awareness and understanding.
In 2023. the Lunar New Year officially begins on the 22nd of January and ends on February 1st – it’s the year of the rabbit!
Lunar New Year Facts for Kids
Lunar New Year craft activities are fun, but to turn them into a more meaningful learning experience, link them with student knowledge and understanding with this PowerPoint all about the Lunar New Year. This teaching presentation includes the following information:
- What is Lunar New Year?
- When is the Lunar New Year celebrated?
- How do families celebrate the Lunar New Year?
- What the different Lunar New Year decorations mean.
- What do families eat during this celebration.
- What are some of the different traditions.
This resource was created by Lisamarie Del Valle, a Teach Starter Collaborator.