"A bad word whispered echoes a hundred miles". Print out this poster featuring a very wise Chinese proverb to display in classrooms (use the borderless settings on your printer for the best result).
Chinese New Year Posters
Print out these fun Chinese New Year posters - a mixture of posters for the individual years (now Year of the Snake) and posters showing the typical characteristics of people born under the different animal signs. Great fun for the classroom!
Here's a poster featuring a lovely Chinese proverb, "A book is like a garden carried in the pocket", and it's true that books are certainly full of beauty, wonder and amazement just like a garden. Perfect for displaying in a reading corner or school library!
"A child's life is like a piece of paper on which every person leaves a mark". Here's another of our thought-provoking Chinese proverb posters, and it's certainly true that family, friends and teachers all leave an impression of some kind on our children.
Use this Chinese Characters Number Poster to brighten up the walls of the classroom or home at Chinese New Year or for counting activities. The poster prints out well on bright-coloured paper or card.
If you were a child in China or other parts of Asia, you might be lucky enough to receive some of these good luck coins in a "lucky money envelope" or lai see packet for Chinese New Year - and maybe even some "real" pocket money too!
Display our Chinese lantern alphabet posters around the room and it will feel like the Lantern Festival and Chinese New Year - what a lovely way to learn the alphabet!
Practice numbers 1 to 20 with these pretty Chinese lantern posters, perfect for displaying at Chinese New Year...
Lion dances are held when new buildings are opened and good luck is needed, and at other events throughout the calendar. And you will see many lion dances performed for the Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year, to bring good luck.
This poster shows a street in London's Chinatown strung with colourful lanterns ready for the Chinese New Year celebrations.
The red and gold decorations in this Chinese New Year poster might be a common sight in temples and homes at Chinese New Year. Imagine the lovely smell from all those joss-sticks!
Dragon dances are colourful and exciting to watch, and there will be many happening at Lunar (or Chinese) New Year, just like the one portrayed in this poster.
Red or pink dumplings are perfect food for the Lunar New Year, just like the ones shown in this poster!
The Chinese New Year feast in this poster really does look good enough to eat! Some foods are considered to be good luck at Chinese New Year, but a plentiful table and lots of family present is the main thing.
There is something so cheerful and exciting about the lanterns you see out on display at Chinese New Year - just like the two in this photographic poster.
Mandarins are regarded as a lucky fruit at Chinese New Year, because of their golden colour. If you walk around the markets in China and other Asian countries, displays like the one in this Chinese New Year poster will be a frequent sight.
Here's the complete set of 9 Chinese New Year photographic posters, ready to print and put out on display to brighten up the home or classroom. You could also use them in a slideshow on the whiteboard, and discuss what you see.
Updated from 2020! Use our chart to discover what animal of the Chinese Zodiac you and your children are, so that you can then decide whether you have the "typical" of that year!
Here's a fun Chinese Zodiac poster to print and display, showing all the Chinese animals in the correct order.
As you might expect, those born in the Year of the Dog are thought to be honest, sporting, helpful, generous, loyal and affectionate - as shown in our Year of the Dog poster!
Those born in the Year of the Dragon are powerful, energetic, sensitive, trustworthy, brave, strong and sometimes excitable!
According to the Chinese horoscope, those born in the Year of the Goat, as shown in our poster, are loving, charming, compassionate, tender-hearted, gentle, artistic and elegant.
Here's a lovely goldfish poster to print and display. This goldfish is very much in the Chinese style, making it perfect for Chinese New Year.
This stunning photographic poster featuring a proud rooster will brighten up the walls and wish everyone good luck for the Year of the Rooster! It features one of the most popular Chinese New Year greetings for the year.
Brighten up the walls with this good luck poster for Year of the Rooster 2017 and showcase this popular Chinese New Year greeting.
A simple poster for the Year of the Snake which is easy on the printer ink! Our snake is in Chinese papercut style, perfect for Chinese New Year.
"He who asks is a fool for five minutes, but he who does not ask remains a fool forever." This Chinese proverb poster is perfect to display in classrooms or at home to remind children (and adults!) that it's always best to ask straight away if you don't know something rather tha
People born in the Year of the Horse are talented, cheerful, perceptive, popular, independent and fun - as shown in the fun poster!
This pretty poster, featuring a favourite Chinese proverb, is all about hope. Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps the singing bird will come. Always be open and ready for new opportunities.
"Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps the singing bird will come." This beautiful Chinese proverb perhaps tells us that if we create the right atmosphere in our hearts we will begin to enjoy life and find happiness?
This poster shows the typical characteristics of people born in the Year of the Monkey - happy, flexible, enthusiastic, confident, skilful, inventive and clever!
Year of the ox poster with characteristics of those born in year of the ox - dependable, tolerant, determined, hard-working, strong, patient and honest.
Our Year of the Pig poster shows the characteristics of people born in the Year of the Pig - which are that they tend to be honest, sincere, chivalrous, forgiving, helpful and noble.
This Year of the Rabbit poster shows the characteristics of rabbit people - virtuous, kind, articulate, conscientious, reserved, lucky and peaceful.
A fun printable Year of the Rat poster with words describing rat characteristics - talkative, ambitious, charming, imaginative, energetic, clever and honest.
As shown in our Year of the Rooster poster, the Chinese believe that people born in this are hard-working, talented, punctual, kind, capable and adventurous.
A Year of the Snake poster with Snake characteristics - elegant, wise, passionate, sympathetic, calm and determined.
This Year of the tiger poster shows that Tiger-born people are sensitive, daring, powerful, sympathetic, brave and emotional.
This quote poster features the Chinese proverb "To know the road ahead, ask those coming back". If you want to try something in life but you don't what it's going to be like, it's a great idea to ask someone who has already taken that path!
This Year of the Dog poster is perfect for brightening up classrooms or any Chinese New Year display, or use as a colourful scrapbook cover. For best results, print using the borderless settings on your printer.
This beautiful poster for the Year of the Horse would look beautiful on the wall of the classroom or kitchen, or on the front of a folder. We have a colouring version and printable cards too.
Bright and cheerful, this fun Year of the Monkey poster is perfect for decorating your classroom or home for Chinese New Year this year. Print using your printer's borderless settings for the best result.
Here's a colourful Chinese New Year poster for 2021! February welcomes in the Year of the Ox - the second of all the Chinese Zodiac animals, and a dependable, loyal and hardworking animal. Let's hope that the ox can chase away some of the problems of 2020!
This colourful poster if perfect for displaying in the classroom or a family home to wish everyone a Happy Chinese New Year, the Year of the Ox. Gong Xi Fa Cai or Kung Hei Fat Choy! Print with borderless settings, or trim the edges after printing.
Display this cute Year of the Pig poster as part of a library or classroom display or why noy use to cober a folder to keep together project work?
Decorate the classroom or home with this lovely, colourful Year of the Rat poster - and celebrate the new Chinese New Year!