Tag Archives: ~New Years

Paper Fortune Cookies

During the 15-day celebration of Chinese New Year, children and adults alike will take part in dances, feasts, and parades, all meant to clear the way for a happy and prosperous year ahead. One tradition families enjoy is writing and … Continue reading

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New Year Color Sheets & Decorations

Here are some coloring sheets your family can print our, color and use as decorations to help you bring in the new year! Try using them as a competition between all members of your family with the winner winning a … Continue reading

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Egg Nog – On The Light Side

Toast the holidays with a better-for-you take on the original—same good cheer, half the calories. In a large bowl, beat together 1 quart reduced-fat (2%) milk, 1 cup egg substitute (such as Egg Beaters), 2 ounces brandy, 3 tablespoons sugar, … Continue reading

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New Years History

New Year festivities are synonymous with partying and bad hangovers nowadays, but New Year is actually one of the oldest celebrations. It is first recorded as a major event in Babylon around 4000 years ago. The Babylonians knew how to … Continue reading

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