The kids can have a go at writing an acrostic poem about China using these printable pages, with or without flags to decorate. They make useful writing frames, too.
Chinese New Year Acrostic Poem Printables
Have a go at writing an acrostic poem for Chinese New Year, using our colourful acrostic poem printables to inspire the kids! They make useful writing frames, too. We'll have a full set of all the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac soon...
Ring in the new Chinese New Year with an acrostic poem activity! These fun printables are decorated with Chinese firecrackers and make good writing or drawing frames, too.
Here's a nice acrostic poem idea for beginners, using the first letters of the word DOG. Not too testing! Choose from four printables, which also make good writing or drawing frames.
At Chinese New Year we often wish others "good fortune" for the coming year. Now the kids can have a go at an acrostic poem using the letters of the word FORTUNE, inspired by our red envelopes illustrations.
Use this goat acrostic poem printable as part of a farm topic, or perhaps for Chinese New Year. A four letter acrostic shouldn't challenge the children too much, although goats aren't the easiest animal to write poetry about, perhaps!
Designed for Chinese New Year and decorated with lucky coins, this is a challenging acrostic poem for the kids to attempt!
Have a go at an acrostic poem using the letters of the word HORSE, and write it out on one of our phone acrostic poem printables. They also make a good writing frame for the classroom.
Perfect for the Lantern Festival and Chinese New Year in general, these fun printables will encourage the kids to have a go at an acrostic poem using the word LANTERN. You could also use them as writing or drawing frames.
Use these printable pages to encourage some creative acrostic poetry with MONKEY as the starting point! Alternatively, these pages make useful writing or drawing frames too.
I don't really know how you can write an acrostic poem about an OX - but we've included it here as it makes up one of the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac. The printables do make useful drawing or writing frames, too - perhaps a better use for this one!
This acrostic poem might be a good place to start with younger children, who won't be too taxed to come up with a three-line poem. Use the printable pages for writing (or drawing) frames too.
The kids can get their thinking caps on to come up with an acrostic poem using the letters of R-A-B-B-I-T. Our printables make it more fun!
Writing an acrostic poem about a RAT shouldn't be too difficult - although perhaps it is only one that you would think about writing at Chinese New Year, because the rat is rarely someone's favourite animal, and certainly not one to inspire poetry in the normal course of events!
Here's a real challenge for your acrostic poetry champions - an acrostic poem using the word ROOSTER! Use our printables to make the process more fun. They also make useful writing or drawing frames - perhaps an easier activity!
We have four versions of this fun SNAKE acrostic poem printable for you - perfect for Chinese New Year or a reptile them. Use as writing frames too.
A lovely green snake wraps itself around our second SNAKE acrostic poem printable - useful for all sorts of writing projects, not just poetry!
Here's a black and white snake frame for children to colour in, with the letters of "SNAKE" all ready for an acrostic poem.