Posters with information about Chinese New Year and the animals which represent each year.
Posters include general information about Chinese New Year with variations of all the animal signs, to be used for the relevant year.
Information on the posters:
Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is celebrated in late January or February. This year is the Year of the (choose poster for the current year). The current Chinese year can be calculated by adding 1911 to our current year.
The date of Chinese New Year changes each year because the Chinese use the Lunar calendar for their festivals. The first day of celebrations occurs on the new moon which falls between January 21st and February 20th.
Celebrations last for around fifteen days and finish on the full moon. In China, Chinese New Year is the largest festival of the year and the public holiday to celebrate the event lasts for three days.
Also includes posters of the Chinese Zodiac with descriptions of what each animal represents.
NSW Curriculum alignment
Identifies celebrations and commemorations of significance in Australia and the world
Victorian Curriculum alignment
Australian Curriculum alignment
Celebrations and commemorations in places around the world (for example, Chinese New Year in countries of the Asia region, Bastille Day in France, Independence Day in the USA), including those that are observed in Australia (for example, Christmas Da...
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