A rice bowl and chopsticks are a familiar part of any Chinese feast!
We've got a great collection of Chinese New Year colouring pages here for all ages. Scroll down for some general Chinese New Year and Chinese themed colouring pages, or explore our colouring pages dedicated to the various Chinese zodiac animals. This year, of course, we will be celebrating Year of the Rooster!
Year of the Dog Colouring Pages Lots NEW!
A fun colouring page to print featuring two Chinese children in traditional dress. Perfect for Chinese New Year or a China theme.
What a magnificent Chinese dragon this is! It's a wonderful colouring page for older kids - you can turn it into quite an intricate design. We have two dragons below, looking in different directions so that you can colour a matching pair if you wish.
Chinese lanterns decorate the foreground with a temple in the background in this pretty colouring page. Lantern Festival is part of the Chinese New Year celebrations.
Here's a really special colouring page of a Chinese New Year celebration taking place in Chinatown or perhaps a village in China. Older children will enjoy picking out all the details.
Print out and colour this picture of children receiving red packets from adults for Chinese New Year!
Download two of our Chinese zodiac animal masks in one PDF file - the rabbit and the horse. These are black and white versions for the kids to colour in. Best printed onto white card…
You will find the remaining 10 animals of the Chinese Zodiac here as lovely black and white masks for the kids to colour in. We suggest you print onto white card or good quality paper, and for a lasting effect, laminate the masks when they have been coloured.
There is a story which explains why the Rat is the first animal year of the Chinese zodiac. Here is a colouring page of the story to enjoy!
This colouring page really captures the excitement of watching a dragon dance! Be sure you choose bright colours to colour in the dragon...
Colour in these Chinese firecrackers for Chinese New Year! Use bright reds, oranges and pinks for an authentic look...
Fortune cookies are a big tradition in Chinese restaurants in America these days. Here are some fortune cookies to colour in.
You can colour in these goldfish in traditional orange - or go really wild and colour a much more imaginative fish!
Colour in this lovely goldfish! Our picture is perfect for younger children, and has an easy outline for cutting and sticking too.
A lovely happy Chinese New Year colouring page to print and enjoy! Chinese children in traditional clothes dance under an array of Chinese lanterns!
In Chinese houses you will often find a picture of the Kitchen God displayed in the kitchen at Chinese New Year to bring good luck. Here's one to colour in!
Colour in this lovely picture of a traditional koi carp design, perfect for your Japanese topic. When you are done, fold in half and give as a card which is sure to be appreciated.
There is so much detail in this pretty Koi Carp colouring page, it is sure to keep all ages busy for a long time! Of course, Koi Carp designs like this are traditional in Asia, so this colouring page is perfect for your China or Japan topic work.
A colouring page of a bowl of oranges... perfect for a healthy food theme, or perhaps for Chinese New Year (oranges are regarded as lucky and are often seen on display at the New Year).
Here's an adorable puppy ready to print out and colour - I wonder which colour spots you will give him?
A simple colouring page of Chinese red packets, or lucky money envelopes, to colour in for Chinese New Year.
Here are four colouring bookmarks for Year of the Rooster to print and cut out for the kids to colour in. It makes a nice little Lunar New Year activity for 2017, or for kids born in the Year of the Rooster.
Colour in this card to wish someone a Happy Chinese New Year or make a special gift for someone born in the Year of the Rooster.