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Celebrating Chinese New Year

Jan. 12, 2022

Chinese New Year, will commence on Tuesday 1st February and run until 11th February. Here at 2Simple, we celebrate the occasion using Purple Mash, with a huge variety of resources and activities to use in your classroom to ensure your students learn about the importance of this festival for many cultures across the world.

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Enter the 2021 Festive Card Competition

Nov. 2, 2021

Every year, we ask children to submit their own designs about what this time of year means to them, using Purple Mash paint tool 2Paint a Picture.

Now in its sixth year, the competition has been going from strength to strength and we received over 18,000 entries in 2020. Will your designs help us break the big 20,000 this year?

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Design the front cover for our Book of Hope

April 22, 2021

We would like to thank all those schools who entered our writing element of the Book of Hope competition. The book now however, needs a front cover and images to go within the book as we launch the second part of the competition. Get involved with creating our Book of Hope.

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World Book Day 2021

Feb. 25, 2021

World Book Day was created by UNESCO on 23rd April 1995 as a worldwide celebration of books and reading. It is marked in over 100 countries around the globe and children of all ages will come together to share the joy of reading for pleasure.

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Celebrating Chinese New Year

Jan. 8, 2020

Chinese New Year, also referred to as the Lunar New Year, is the Chinese Festival celebrating the new year on the traditional Chinese/Gregorian calendar. It’s a major holiday in Greater China and is celebrated in several countries. Here at 2Simple, we celebrate Chinese New Year using Purple Mash, with a huge variety of resources and activities to use in your classroom to ensure your students learn about the importance of this festival for many cultures across the world. This year the festival will be celebrated on Saturday, 25th January.

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