Carver-Lyon Elementary School went all out to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year 2022, the Year of Tiger.
Not only did they decorate their school for this even, but all Chinese language immersion students received red envelopes ( 红包) with good luck coins, and all Chinese immersion teachers and partner teachers received good luck necklaces of Chinese traditional values and tiger.
The following Chinese immersion grade levels celebrated by:
PreK students made the Great Wall with wooden blocks.
K students did Chinese calligraphy with team work to write "福"(blessing) and "春联“ Spring Couplet) and then decorated them on the door.
1st Grade students did Chinese dance with traditional song.
2nd Grade students sang a Chinese song.
3rd Grade students did a paper cutting of the tiger and panda.
4th Grade students did paper cutting of the Spring Festival couplets.
5th Grade students paid New Year visit with dragon dance to all the classes at school.
Thank you, Carver-Lyon, for sharing your creativity with us.