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English Camp K2 Class

Chinese Dragon TP Roll Craft

This is a simple craft to do for Chinese New Year or as a generic dragon craft.
The folded paper strips between the tp-roll halves means that the dragon craft can move around as if it is dancing!
The Chinese Dragon Dance is a traditional dance that involve people dressing up in costumes to make full sized "puppets". Martial arts moves, bells and drums accompany the dances.
The traditional dragon costume is made by many performers. In the picture below you can see the performers hanging onto the poles and moving the dragon.

Chinese Dragon Dance
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Chinese Pottery
This is a simple craft to do as part of a China lesson.
Dragons, fish and flowers are all good choices for decorating your project. Children can visit the library to look through pictures for inspiration.
In China, pottery has been an art form as well as a means of creating useful household items for 11,000 years -- Chinese pottery focused mainly on ceramics and porcelains. The early forms of pottery were, of course, quite simple but over the years the science and art of pottery making grew and became more complex.

By the mid 1300's, Chinese ceramics became the most advanced in the world. This was the time of the Ming Dynasty (from 1368 to 1644) -- decorative Ming vases remain priceless collectibles to this day.

In the 1400's, blue and white porcelain became technologically possible and very popular -- the Dutch blue and white porcelain was originally made as an attempt to copy this popular Chinese pottery.

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Very simple dragon drawing:

Paper Plate Panda Craft
If you cut out holes instead of using the template eyes, you can convert your panda craft to a panda mask. Attach a paint stir stick or tongue depressor to allow your child to hold it up to their face.

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