Read the delightful, illustrated story of the Chinese Zodiac which explains how the years came to be called after animals.Chinese New Year Songs and Videos
Just what the title says. The videos are useful because they show Chinese New Year customs and traditions.Make a Dragon
Here we show you how to make a brightly coloured Chinese Dragon in easy steps.World Stories
World Stories is a growing collection of stories from around the World. The collection includes retold traditional tales and new short stories in the 21 languages most spoken by UK children. Read or listen to the stories.Dragon Dance
Read about the symbolism and meaning behind traditional Chinese dragon dance and watch a movie clip of a performance in action.Paint a Dragon
A highlight of a Chinese New Year celebrations is the Dragon Dance. On this site you can paint and print off a picture of a dragon.Diwali
A great resource about Diwali to use in primary classrooms. It has the story of Rama and Sita, information about how Diwali is celebrated by Hindus and activities. You can download the resource to your hard drive.Hong Bow
Easily create your own Hong Bow or red packet similar to those given in celebration of Chinese New Year. Paper must be in Landscape view when printing out.When is Chinese New Year?
Find out the dates of each Chinese New Year over a period of 12 years together with the associated zodiac animals and Chinese calendar dates.Hinduism
A simple illustrated guide to Hinduism written especially for children. It looks at the basics and features two Hindu children. The site works well on an interactive whiteboard.