According to the Chinese Zodiac, those born in the Year of the Tiger are powerful, courageous and daring, but they can be sensitive too. Colour in this lovely picture of a tiger as an activity for Chinese New Year, or anytime!
Year of the Tiger Resources
The Year of the Tiger will run from 1st February 2022 to 21st January 2023. According to Chinese Zodiac experts, it is going to be a changeable year - which is probably just as well after 2020 and 2021! Have some fun with these Year of the Tiger resources (including colouring pages, printables, worksheets and more) in the classroom or home, and don't forget that we have many more tiger activities to explore as well as all sorts of Chinese New Year fun for kids.
Welcome the new Chinese New Year of the Tiger in 2022 with this fun poster! We've kept it simple so that it doesn't use up too much of your printer ink, but we think the kids will love the cheerful tiger cub!
Children can use this fun printable Year of the Tiger sheet to write down their plans for the year ahead. It's always good to set goals!
This little printable booklet folds up with simple origami folds and can be printed blank, lined or containing the characteristics attributed to people born in the Chinese New Year of the Tiger. You will need instructions for folding our origami booklet.
This Year of the tiger poster shows that Tiger-born people are sensitive, daring, powerful, sympathetic, brave and emotional.
Make your own tiger paper cut for Year of the Tiger with the help of our printable tiger cut template. It's fun to do, but younger children might need some help with parts of the cutting out. We've used orange paper and mounted it onto black card to look very tiger-ish!
Welcome to 2022 - the Year of the Tiger! Here's a fun printable poster for Year of the Tiger 2022. We've kept the poster very simple with a white background so that printer ink isn't an issue.
Blank, lined or with handwriting lines, this Year of the Tiger 2022 writing paper is sure to come in useful this Chinese New Year! Just download and print the version you want, and let the kids loose...
Whether you choose from blank, handwriting lines or single lines, this gorgeous Year of the Tiger banner writing paper is bound to bring a smile to your child's face - even if they aren't usually a fan of writing projects! Use it for goals, stories, letters and more.
Print out this fun set of bookmarks featuring the characteristics of people born in the Year of the Tiger. Fun for a classroom handout or party.
This set of 4 Year of the Tiger bookmarks are fun and very colourful - perfect for handing out at Chinese New Year. Print just page 1 and get the kids to write a message on the back, or, alternatively, print the two pages double-sided so that your bookmark is colourful on both front and back.
These colourful bookmarks are just what you need to welcome a new Chinese New Year, the Year of the Tiger, on 1st February 2022. Just print, cut out and distribute! Children could write a mesage on the back and give them to their favourite people...
We've got some very colourful Year of the Tiger bookmarks here at Activity Village, but thought that it might be useful to have something that is a little less demanding on your printer ink if you want to print out enough for a classroom, or to hand out in the library!
Why not get the kids to send a card to a relative wishing them a happy Year of the Tiger? It's always fun to stay in touch, and writing cards is good practice too. Maybe they could look up a Year of the Tiger horoscope to copy into the card, too!
Emotional, brave, sympathetic, sensitive, daring and powerful - these are some of the adjectives often used to describe people born in the Year of the Tiger! Can the children create a character for a television programme based on these character traits, and write about them in detail?
Just print and fold this Year of the Tiger colouring card, then colour in with cheerful and appropriate colours for Chinese New Year. It will next be Year of the Tiger in 2022.
2022 will be the Year of the Tiger, so it's a great time to print and colour this fabulous Year of the Tiger colouring page! Anyone born in the Year of the Tiger might also enjoy colouring it in.
Older children can really go to town colouring in this Year of the Tiger colouring page. What a majestic beast he is!
Setting goals is always a good idea, and the beginning of a new Chinese New Year is as good a place to start as any! Get the kids to think about what they would like to achieve in the Year of the Tiger and record their goals on this fun goal sheet.