Since Chinese New Year goes on for 2 weeks, there’s still plenty of time to spice things up with a little something to help celebrate.
Even if you don’t have the time to do something specific, you can simply wish your students “Gong Hey Fat Choy” (pronounced gung-she-fah-tie) Happy New Year in Chinese.
I’ve written this greeting on one of 4 bookmarks that provide a sweet incentive to motivate your
students, or simply tuck one in their desk or backpack as a little
I’ve included a page of ways to say “Happy New Year” in Chinese, with links to helpful pronunciation sites.
Click on the link for the Chinese New Year Bookmarks.
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com
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