Practical Research on Kindergarten Teaching With Paper-cut Picture Books

Chun SU


Paper-cutting is as an excellent Chinese folk art with a long history and strong practicability. The application of paper-cutting to kindergarten picture book activities is conductive to the inheritance and development of folk culture. In addition, integrating activities with paper-cut picture books into kindergarten curriculum is good for achieving “cultural transmission” through education and promoting the development of young children. This paper explores the essentials of using paper-cut picture books in Grade-1, Grade-2 and Grade-3 Kindergarten activities.


Kindergarten; Paper-cut picture books; Activity implementation

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