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In Mandarin, the most common way to wish your family and close friends a happy Chinese New Year is "Xīnnián hǎo" (新年好)
Photo by Miss Chrystal Gardiner

Year 1-2 Mandarin Class Makes Firecrackers

Ms I Ding —

In Ms Ding's Mandarin class, Year 1-2 students learned about the Chinese New Year and about the Chinese zodiac.

Each student designed and made a firecracker on a piece of red paper. Then, they pasted bright yellow stripe papers to decorate their firecrackers. Now, a string of beautiful firecrackers is hanging up in their classroom. We hope it will bring luck and happiness to the class.