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Chinese Moon Festival Coloring Pages and Resources Moon Festival Coloring pictures, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Powerpoint and more!
Coloring is a fun activity that will help your child learn easily about the Chinese Moon Festival. Coloring of Chinese-related pictures can also be a school project. Below are coloring pictures of the Moon Lady Chang Er, other legends related to Moon Festival and how it is celebrated.
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Hou Yi, who was married to Chiang E
shooting down the 9 Suns that were endangering the Earth by making it to
hot. He was rewarded by the Jade Emperor with a potion of
Yi Coloring Picture - Chinese Moon Festival
In some versions, Chiang E becomes a toad
and only on the Full Moon does she become a Princess again .
Page of Chiang E as a Toad.
Chiang E after drinking the potion of immortality that
caused her to fly to the moon.
Page of Chiang E, Chinese Moon Festival
On the Full Moon, Hou Yi who is now the sun god, can visit
his wife, Chiang E the Moon Goddess.
Page of Hou Yi and Chiang E, Chinese Moon Festival
When Chiang E arrived at the moon the
magic potion (in some versions a pill) was coughed up and became the jade
rabbit, and since then he has worked at his pestle trying to make the
potion of immortality with no success.
Page of the Jade Rabbit, Chinese Moon Festival
Festival Moon Cakes coloring page -
Moon Cakes that are traditionally eaten during the Moon Festival
Wood cutter Wu Gang who attempted to become immortal, and
was punished for his hubris by being required to cut down a tree that
magically heals itself after each cut.
page of Wu Gang, Chinese Moon Festival
enjoying Moon Cakes during the Chinese Moon Festival Coloring Page
Chiang W, The
Festival Goddess, Moon Festival Coloring Page
The Jade Emperor
More Teachers' Resources for Chinese Moon Festival This Moon Festival Lesson Plan for Grades 1-4 will expose children to Moon festival customs and have them learn the history and importance of this Chinese Festival.
Discuss the Moon Festival legends of Chang-Er, Jade Rabbit and the others with this free, downloadable powerpoint
presentation about . Moon Festival Legends and Customs
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this dice game with the family and friends. This game of chance is commonly
played in Xiamen, and some Chinese communities throughout Asia, during the Moon
Festival. It is easy enough (just throw a dice, get a prize) so even the
little ones can join in. Prizes are at stake to add
to the excitement. Think
this is a quiet game? Depends on how goofy and competitive family members
are... Some families reserve a special prize for the Zhuang yan, (I read in
the blogs examples such as a TV set, cash, cell phone, etc.) so you can
imagine the shrieks as the major prize remain unclaimed.
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