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  • 2 days ago

    I reported this fault playing the video over a year ago!

    • 1 day ago

      Hey there pootleg, thanks for commenting! I'm so sorry to hear you're having trouble with this resource- I've had a look myself and passed this to one of our resource designers so that they can look into why people may be having trouble viewing this video. Thank you for your patience, and we apologise for any inconvenience this has caused you! :)

  • 3 days ago

    interest for my kids

  • Feb 15th

    This looks fantastic but unfortunately I can't get the film clip to play.

    • Feb 15th

      Hi rubyrosie, thank you for your review, I'm sorry to hear you are having trouble with this resource, could I check that you have enabled videos on your computer and that you do not have youtube blocked?

  • Feb 9th

    Introduction to Chinese New Year with Reception

  • Feb 7th

    Hi, I can't get the video to play either.

    • Feb 8th

      Hi CAROLDAVIES6909, thank you for your review, I'm sorry that the videos don't seem to be working for you, I have passed this on for the design team to look at as soon as possible for you, thank you for your patience. :)

    • Feb 12th

      Hi there CarolDavies! The resource designers have had a look into this for you and fixed the problem with that video for you :) I have it to you in an email.

  • Feb 6th

    I will use this with my reception class. One frame seems to be a video, which won't play for me. This is a shame! Am I missing a trick?

    • Feb 8th

      Hi finishautumn, thank you for your review, I'm sorry to hear you are having trouble with the videos in this resource, I have passed this on to our design team to have a look at for you, I apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused. :)

    • Feb 12th

      Hey there Finishautumn! Our resource designers have had a look at this for you and fixed the problem for you :) I have sent you the new fixed version in an email.

  • Feb 5th

    displays

  • Oct 29th, 2014

    Great thanks!!
    Will show this to my kindy class children this coming Chinese New year!!
    cheers apple

  • Sep 3rd, 2014

    can anyone open any of the chinese new year resources???

    • Sep 3rd, 2014

      Hi sarahjane, thanks for commenting on this resource! I've had a look, and reuploaded the resource so it should be fine to download now :) Please remember to clear your cache and refresh your page first! If you still have problems, feel free to emails us at info@twinkl.co.uk

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How Chinese New Year Is Celebrated Photo Powerpoint

How Chinese New Year Is Celebrated Photo Powerpoint - Along with a lovely video of a beautiful dragon dance, find out all about how Chinese New Year is traditionally celebrated with this super colourful resource! Featuring some amazing photos of the key events that take place all over China and across the world each Chinese New Year, this powerpoint presentation offers invaluable support for your teaching on this topic. (Please note that you you will need an internet connection and be asked to enable the video content before you view the presentation! You will also have to make sure that youtube.com is not in your list of blocked websites.)
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  • Dragon Dance [AVI]
  • How Chinese New Year Is Celebrated Photo Powerpoint [PPT]

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