Here's another of our Chinese New Year colouring pages based on the Chinese zodiac, featuring a rabbit. Rabbits are said to be good talkers, and also lucky - I wonder if the rabbit on this colouring page is lucky?
Year of the Rabbit
2023 is the Year of the Rabbit! The new Lunar New Year begins on 22nd January and you can join in the celebrations with your children with our fun printable resources and crafts!
Do you have a rabbit in your household, or a litter of rabbits in your classroom? Enjoy our printables and find out a little about the characteristics of people born in this Chinese year.
Year of the Rabbit Dates
- 19th February 1939 – 7th February 1940
- 6th February 1951 – 26th January 1952
- 25th January 1963 – 12th February 1964
- 11th February 1975 – 30rd January 1976
- 29th January 1987 – 16th February 1988
- 16th February 1999 – 4th February 2000
- 3rd February 2011 – 22nd January 2012
Next Year of the Rabbit
22nd January 2023 – 9th February 2024
Rabbits are good talkers! They also have a knack for being the right place at the right time and are often regarded as lucky - but it is more likely that they have been conscientious and their hard work has paid off! Rabbits and gentle and kind, and romantic. A rabbit will do anything for a peaceful life, as he or she hates arguments and bad tempers - but they also like a bit of gossip on occasion too!
Colour in this fun puzzle page, counting the rabbits as you go! Inspired by Chinese New Year of the Rabbit but fun any time.
This Year of the Rabbit poster shows the characteristics of rabbit people - virtuous, kind, articulate, conscientious, reserved, lucky and peaceful.
This cute rabbit finger tracing worksheet will be very popular with young children, and its a super activity for early learners at Easter or Chinese New Year.
This cute rabbit lacing card makes a fun lacing or sewing activity for younger children. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse.
Learn to write the word using the tracing lines on this rabbit racing worksheet, starting on the dot! And of course the kids might enjoy colouring in the rabbit, too.
Are you a typical rabbit? Print out this set of bookmarks featuring the characteristics of people born in the Year of the Rabbit to find out.
Learn a little about the Chinese Zodiac and practise character development skills with our character study worksheets! Can the children develop a character born in the Year of the Rabbit, who might be lucky, conscientious, peaceful, virtuous, kind and articulate?
Here's a realistic colouring page of a rabbit in its natural habitat, to print for the Chinese New Year of the Rabbit!