Rowland Heights, CA, December 05, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Kung Hei Fat Choy. This Chinese New Year of the Ox, greet the season with family crafts from ChildBook.com. ChildBook is proud to announce the opening of its newest section on Chinese crafts that the family may make to greet the Chinese New Year. Projects that may be made for the new year include origami lamp, dragon finger puppet, lucky envelopes, plus more. To greet the new year, couplets and scrolls with Chinese greetings may also be printed out from childbook.com. These may be colored and posted the wall for good luck.
All crafts and resources may be printed and used free for non-commercial purposes.
This 2009, the Chinese New Year (according to the Lunar calendar) falls on January 26.
The Chinese New Year is the season to spend time with the family. Making greetings and crafts together is the perfect way to bond with family during this festive time. Other Chinese traditions to welcome the New Year include cleaning the house, settling debts, getting haircuts and eating with the family. These traditions are all about starting anew and starting right.
A separate section on Chinese New Year traditions, coloring pages, lesson plans and the largest compilation of US-Canada events for Chinese New Year may be found at childbook.com