This tracing page has an intricate circular pattern that is instantly recognisable as a Chinese design. It would look great coloured in gold, red or black when all the dotted lines have been traced.
Chinese New Year Tracing Pages
Our Chinese New Year tracing pages are not only an excellent pencil control activity - they are also a fun challenge for a range of ages! Trace between the dotted lines (younger children) or on the dotted lines (older children), and colour in the picture too, if you like. More coming soon!
This is the sort of Chinese design you see stencilled on furniture or printed onto clothes, and it's a fun one for the kids to trace over - although a little tricky! Why not get the kids to colour it in when done - perhaps in red or gold?
This lovely big Chinese fan tracing worksheet provides excellent practice for younger children, who should trace between the dotted lines. Older kids, or those with better pencil control, can trace along all the dotted lines.
Here is another Chinese lantern for the children to trace, following the dotted lines or drawing in between them. Colour in bright Chinese New Year colours when done!
Trace over these Chinese lanterns for lots of pencil control practice. Younger children can trace between the channel of the dotted lines, using a thick felt tip pen or crayon, or even a dry wipe marker on a laminated copy of the page.
This lovely Chinese lion tracing page is a real challenge for the kids, but he looks stupendous and will be fun to colour in when the tracing is done!
We don't use firecrackers here in the UK, but in Asia they are enjoyed at celebrations like Chinese New Year and Diwali. There is quite a lot of tracing involved in this firecrackers tracing page - good practice for the kids!
Trace this traditional hanging lantern shape and then colour it in bright colours, perfect for Chinese New Year or Diwali!
This hanging lantern would be made out of bamboo, paper and tassels, and shine in the brightest, prettiest colours for Chinese New Year or Diwali. Trace of the dotted lines and then colour it in. Younger children can trace between the dotted lines too.