Lunar New Year is on Valentine’s Day this year! Don’t forget to make your dragons, parade around the house (and then have your child practice retelling all the steps to improve their language skills!).
Every year I have my kids make a new type of Asian dragon for our celebration. Since we held our festivities a week early this year, I can show off these beauties to you….
You can use the online directions here.
Gung Hay Fat Choy!
What cute little dragons they are too! This would be a good project for the grandkiddos. Thanks for sharing.
Ya’ll have one terrifically blessed day….heck, go ahead and have a whole bunch of ’em!!!
Those turned out so darn cute!
You and your kiddos are just so creative and talented! Love it!
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Happy New Year!!!!
That is a craft my sons would LOVE!
Gosh, they’re adorable. You’re always so creative!
Fun! We celebrated Chinese New Year earlier this month with some friends. The kids thought doing a dragon dance was awesome!
My daughter will have a ball with this!
Those are so cute!
Hope you had a great Valentine’s Day! 🙂
How fun is THAT! Great idea.
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