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Chinese New Year 2012: 25 Ways to Teach and Celebrate the Year of the Dragon

By Jaime Morrison Curtis |

Chinese New Year 2012 falls on January 23rd. The Year of the Dragon is upon us and it is to be a year of luck, drive and determination. If you haven’t celebrated the Chinese New Year before I highly suggest you take a peek into this wonderful celebration. First, check to see if there are any parades going on in your city. San Francisco has an amazing one every year, but sadly we all don’t live there. Second, bring the Chinese New Year into your home. You and your family can make crafts, read books and follow traditional recipes for delicious meals. If you already celebrate it you may find some new fun traditions to add to the list. Check out these 25 ways to teach and celebrate the Chinese New Year with Your Family…

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Chinese New Year 2012: 25 Ways to Teach and Celebrate the Year of the Dragon

Stick Puppet Kit

This is a fun craft to get the kids involved in. Make your own stick puppets to celebrate the Year of the Dragon.
Buy it for $20.00 at Etsy.

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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman) and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.

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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), founding editor at Prudent Baby, LA Kids Editor at DailyCandy, and mother to three-year-old Scarlet Jane. Read bio and latest posts → Read Jaime's latest posts →

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