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Celebrate Chinese holidays and the country's ancient culture with animal zodiac kites. Happy new year!
Students research the meaning of kites in Chinese culture. Have them find out what the 12 animal zodiac symbols mean and how kites are used everyday as well as in celebrations, such as Chinese New Year.
With Crayola® Scissors, cut oak tag or posterboard into a diamond kite shape. Cover the entire kite with construction paper. Trim the edges with ribbon and attach with Crayola Glue Sticks.
On separate paper, draw an animal zodiac figure with Crayola Fine Tip Markers. Choose the animal that symbolizes the current year, or the upcoming new year. Color the zodiac figure with Crayola Markers. Cut out the zodiac figure. Glue the animal to the kite.
Punch holes in the top and bottom points of the kite. Thread ribbon or string through the holes.
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