Chinese New Year Coloring Pages

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Do you know the 12 animal symbols of the Chinese Zodiac? They’re collected on this Chinese zodiac coloring page!

Explore the Chinese Zodiac in costume with this colorful zodiac mask cutout! This mask is for the Year of the Goat, or Sheep.

Explore the Chinese Zodiac in costume with this colorful zodiac mask cutout! This mask is for the Year of the Dog.

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Here’s a new way to learn about the Chinese Zodiac with your kids: with colorful Zodiac masks! This mask is for the Year of the Tiger.

Explore the Chinese Zodiac in costume with this colorful zodiac mask cutout! This mask is for the Year of the Dragon.

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Explore the Chinese Zodiac in costume with this colorful zodiac mask cutout! This mask is for the Year of the Rat.

Celebrate the Year of the Dog during Chinese New Year by making your own Chinese zodiac red envelope! Put lucky money inside to pass on during lunar new year.

Explore the Chinese Zodiac in costume with this colorful zodiac mask cutout! This mask is for the Year of the Rabbit.

Explore the Chinese Zodiac in costume with this colorful zodiac mask cutout! This mask is for the Year of the Horse.

Welcome Chinese New Year with this fun craft activity. Help your 3rd grader color and cut out the Chinese character for good fortune for lunar new year.

The Lunar New Year is most often celebrated in Asian countries. Teach your little learner about this special holiday with a printable mini-book.

Color in the Chinese characters that read “happy new year” and decorate to share the Chinese New Year greeting!

Chinese New Year worksheets are a perfect way for students to celebrate their own culture or a great introduction to customs for kids that are new to the Chinese New Year holiday. Red envelopes are great for money math and counting, Zodiac are inspired by our set of data and graphing worksheets and your kids will have a fantastic creative outlet with coloring pages that contain Chinese dragons, dancers and more.

This fun and fierce Chinese New Year coloring page will give preschoolers a great introduction to the traditional Chinese holiday.

Explore the Chinese Zodiac in costume with this colorful zodiac mask cutout! This mask is for the Year of the Monkey.

Here’s a fun printable that tells all about the Year of the Dog. Whether you read it or turn it into a placemat or puppet activity, it’s sure to entertain.

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Celebrate Chinese New Year with this fun math worksheet that challenges kids to figure out tricky math questions based on the Chinese zodiac.

Celebrate the Chinese New Year with this Chinese New Year dragon coloring page. It features children parading around a Chinese dragon.

Celebrate the lunar new year by learning about the origin of the Chinese Zodiac with this interesting 5th grade reading comprehension worksheet.

At Chinese New Year parades, participants often celebrate by building dragon and lion characters to dance under. How many dancers are under this dragon?

Explore the Chinese Zodiac in costume with this colorful zodiac mask cutout! This mask is for the Year of the Snake.

Explore the Chinese Zodiac in costume with this colorful zodiac mask cutout! This mask is for the Year of the Cow, or Ox.

Start the lunar new year off right by giving your child’s math skills a boost with this colorful coin-counting activity.

Explore the Chinese Zodiac in costume with this colorful zodiac mask cutout! This mask is for the Year of the Rooster.

Use Crayola® crayons, markers, or colored pencils to color the Chinese New Year decorations. Did you know?The traditional Chinese lunar year falls on the first day of the first lunar month following winter solstice.

On the ancient Chinese calendar each year is designated as the year of a specific animal. Chinese New Year celebrations continue until the Chinese Lantern Festival is held 15 days after the new year begins.

Your preschooler will enjoy coloring in the famous dragon that is featured in the Dragon Dance every Chinese New Year.

Chinese New Year Coloring Pages