Free Chinese New Year worksheets including color by number coloring pages, word search, word scramble, and more to keep students or kids busy and learning!
Happy New Year! I hope this year brings you good luck and health!
There are so many holidays of different cultures for all kids to learn about and today I have a bunch of worksheets to give you to learn about Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year happens in the first two months of our traditional year depending on the Chinese calendar. This year it begins on February 1, 2022, and ends on February 15th with the lantern ceremony. Chinese New Year is also called the Lunar New Year or Spring Festival.
During this time, there is a transition between the Zodiac signs or Chinese Zodiac animals. The animals of the Chinese Zodiac represent different attributes of people with that birth year.
The 12 zodiac signs (or Chinese animal) rotate every 12 years and in order is the Year of the Rat, Year of the Ox, Year of the Tiger, Year of the Rabbit, Year of the Dragon, Year of the Snake, Year of the Horse, Year of the Goat, Year of the Monkey, Year of the Rooster, Year of the Dog, and Year of the Pig.
2021 was the year of the Ox and 2022 is the year of the Tiger! Following in order 2023 will be the year of the Rabbit.
Included in this Chinese New Year worksheets are two different activity backs. One is 8 different Chinese New Year color by number sheets and the other is different activity sheets to learn about the holiday.
Learn so much more about Chinese New Year by visiting chinesenewyear.net.
Note: These Chinese New Year activities are not written with Chinese characters. They are all in English. Both download buttons are at the bottom of the post!
Chinese New Year Worksheets
Let’s first take a look at the activity pages included in the Chinese New Year activity book.
The first printable worksheet has some basic information about the Chinese holiday and a dragon to color.
The subsequent pages include a Chinese New Year I-Spy sheet, help the Chinese dragon find its way through an easy maze, and a trace the lines printable which is great for fine motor skills.
These worksheets contain images including a lantern with the Chinese character “Fu” on it which means good fortune, blessing, and happiness.
Then a dab-a-dot worksheet helps children with letter recognition. You can use dot pens or just markers that they color in each letter N.
A little more challenging for older elementary students is a Chinese New Year word scramble and word search.
I’m sure your kiddos or students will find something in the activity pack that they enjoy while learning a little about the important holiday of Chinese New Year!
Chinese New Year Color By Number Pack
Then there is also a PDF Chinese New Year printable pack of color by number pages.
All of these Chinese New Year printables are perfect for kids of all ages but especially grade school-age kiddos.
Whether you are a teacher and want Chinese New Year lesson plans or a homeschool Mom, you can download these coloring worksheets for free and print them on a home or school printer.
There are a total of 8 different Chinese New Year color by number worksheets. Put out some crayons, colored pencils, or markers and have the students or your kids pick which ones they want to color.
They can find hidden images in these Chinese New Year coloring pages that are fish, a Chinese lantern, firecrackers, red envelope, orange, money bag, and more! Learn more about Chinese New Year symbols and their meanings here.
Download FREE Chinese New Year Printables
Each download is a PDF file that will be in black and white.
As with all my free printables, these are for personal use only! Please no selling or redistributing of PDF files. Thank you!
Happy Chinese New Year!
Thanks for stopping by and have a creative day!