Lunar New Year – Reception class

Learners in Reception class had an amazing visit to the Horniman Museum.  They were extending their learning on the Lunar New Year.

The lunar calendar is based on the cycles of the moon, the dates of the holiday vary slightly each year, falling between late January and mid-February. This year the Lunar New Year is Saturday 10th February, which marks the beginning of the Year of the Dragon.  Learners attended a workshop to hear the story of the monster Nian.

Learners in Reception class had an amazing visit to the Horniman Museum.  They were extending their learning on the  Lunar New Year.

The lunar calendar is based on the cycles of the moon, the dates of the holiday vary slightly each year, falling between late January and mid-February. This year the Lunar New Year is Saturday 10th February, which marks the beginning of the Year of the Dragon.  Learners attended a workshop to hear the story of the monster Nian.

After the workshop, the learners looked around the rest of the Horniman Museum.

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