Here's a fun printable Chinese animal story paper featuring the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac. Use the paper to write about Chinese horoscopes, the traits of each animal, or in all sorts of other writing projects.
Chinese New Year Story Paper
Use our printable Chinese New Year story paper for all sorts of writing projects for Chinese New Year or a general China theme - and enjoy colouring in the illustrations too! Our story paper features everything from pretty Chinese landscapes to more detailed drawings of the the Chinese zodiac animals, and Chinese New Year celebrations. All are available with handwriting lines for younger children and normal lines for older children. Explore our Chinese New Year story paper below...
Our Chinese lanterns story paper printable shows an old-fashioned Chinese landscape framed by pretty lanterns, suggesting it is the Lantern Festival at the end of Chinese New Year.
There's plenty going in the picture of a Chinese New Year celebration on this story paper, including a lion dance and a parade! Perhaps children could write about what they can see, or make up a story about one of the characters in the picture?
This Chinese themed story paper includes an illustration of the story behind the animals of the Chinese zodiac.
Here's a lovely picture of a dog on some story paper - lined or with handwriting lines to suit a variety of ages - which is sure to inspire some creative writing and colouring!
Use this printable dragon dance story paper to write about what you can see in the picture, or make up a story about one or more of the characters. Alternatively, use it to write about the dragon dance tradition, or Chinese New Year. Then colour in the picture
Did you know that Koi carp like these are particularly valued throughout Asia? In China and Japan, carp are thought to symbolise success, prosperity, courage, longevity and good fortune!
The illustration on this story paper shows children receiving gifts of lucky money from parents, a Chinese New Year tradition. Perhaps children could use the printable paper to describe what they see? Or they could make up a story or write about the traditions of Chinese New Year.