Chinese New Year 2022
The Year of the Tiger
This week we will be learning all about Chinese New Year and how it is celebrated.
Watch the video below to find out how the Zodiac years were named by the Jade Emperor.
Find out which lunar year you were born in here...
Make a fun Chinese Dragon Puppet with Mrs Parry.
Year of the Tiger Digit Dog.
Can you cover the tiger again, using different shapes? Can you just use odd shapes? Even shapes? How did you cover the tiger? How many shapes did you use? Talk about how you chose the shapes. Which shapes were most useful? How many different ways can you do it? What if you weren’t allowed to use the same shape more than once? How many ways can you do it? Is this more difficult? What are you thinking? What is the fewest number of shapes you can use? The most?
Print the Tiger here.
Chinese Numbers 1 -10
Chinese Music and Dance
Can you follow the moves to these children dancing? Do you like the music? how does it make you feel? Can you make up your own dance move to the music?
Pori Drwy Stori
This weeks rhyme is Fferm Tad Cu.
Follow the link below to listen to the rhymes.
The Big Welsh Rhyme Time.
This week we will be taking part in the Book Trust rhyme week. Each day we will be enjoying a new rhyme.
Pattwrm yr wythnos
Pa rif? Sawl un?