According to history.com, the Chinese New Year usually falls sometime in the middle of February and lasts around twelve days, depending year to year on the lunar cycle, with the final, most grandiose celebration on the last night of the previous year’s lunar cycle.

According to history.com, the Chinese New Year usually falls sometime in the middle of February and lasts around twelve days, depending year to year on the lunar cycle, with the final, most grandiose celebration on the last night of the previous year’s lunar cycle.

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Chinese New Year Zodiac Animal Characteristics - Pop over to our site at www.twinkl.co.uk and check out our lovely Chinese New Year primary teaching resources! chinese new year, animal characteristics, zodiac characterisitcs #chinese_new_year #teaching_resources

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Chinese New Year Zodiac Animal Characteristics  - Pop over to our site at www.twinkl.co.uk and check out our lovely Chinese New Year primary teaching resources! chinese new year, animal characteristics, zodiac characterisitcs #chinese_new_year #teaching_resources

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