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Numbered clues appear below the spiral grid.

Determine the word that


matches the clue, and write that word in the spiral puzzle. The word
does not overlap with the next word (marked by the next number) and
it must be written in the correct direction (from a lower numbered
space to a higher numbered space).
1
6

8
12
11

10
7

1. Yin and yang created a combined -- that repeats every 60 years.


2. --- Festival is another name for the
Chinese New Year.
3. Type of orange given at New Year.
4. Anyone born from January 1 to
January 25, 1990 was born in the
year of the?
5. No work, no school.
6. These make a noise but create
beautiful displays of glittering lights
in the night sky.
mandarin
festival
five

dumplings
fireworks
elements

Celebrating the Chinese New Year

snake
holiday

7. Treats made from sticky rice.


8. A male sheep with curly horns.
9. Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water
are the five --- of Chinese
astrology?
10. The number of elements in Chinese
astrology.
11. Joyful occasion or celebration.
12. The New Year starts at the
beginning of this ----- (moon)
calendar.

Spring
cycle

lunar
ram

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Numbered clues appear below the spiral grid. Determine the word that
matches the clue, and write that word in the spiral puzzle. The word
does not overlap with the next word (marked by the next number) and
it must be written in the correct direction (from a lower numbered
space to a higher numbered space).
1

e
2

m e

e m e w p

o
5

e
11

f
i

n
e
l

u
v

12

l
i

10

p m u

s
7

g
3

d m

1.
2.
3.
4.

5.
6.

n s n i r a d n a
7. Treats made from sticky rice.
Yin and yang created a combined -- that repeats every 60 years.
8. A male sheep with curly horns.
--- Festival is another name for the
9. Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water
Chinese New Year.
are the five --- of Chinese
Type of orange given at New Year.
astrology?
Anyone born from January 1 to
10. The number of elements in Chinese
astrology.
January 25, 1990 was born in the
year of the?
11. Joyful occasion or celebration.
No work, no school.
12. The New Year starts at the
These make a noise but create
beginning of this ----- (moon)
beautiful displays of glittering lights
calendar.
in the night sky.

mandarin
festival
five

dumplings
fireworks
elements

Celebrating the Chinese New Year

snake
holiday

Spring
cycle

lunar
ram

www.staidenshomeschool.com (c) 2013