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Chinese New Year Books for Kids

Many people around the world celebrate the Chinese New Year (sometimes referred to as the Lunar New Year or Spring Festival), and we’ve compiled a list of colorful children’s books to accompany the festivities!

Three Chinese New Year Traditions

Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is a holiday filled with traditions. Here are three projects to help kids learn more about it.

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Black History Month Matching Game

Play the PBS Parents black history month matching game and learn about Rosa Parks, Mo’ne Davis, Charlie Parker and more African American heroes.

New Year’s Eve Origami Popper

Celebrate the New Year in global style with these Origami poppers that reveal messages of goodwill from around the world.

Best Picture Books of 2014

As 2014 comes to an end, browse this list of our favorite picture books released this year and make sure you’ve read them all!

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Tissue Paper Turkeys

Using non-colorfast tissue allows your child to get hands-on with science in this holiday craft.

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Soap Finger Paint

Heat a bar of soap in the microwave, add a palette of tempera paint and presto! Soap becomes a medium little artists can use to get creative.