12 Fun Chinese New Year Colouring Pages for Kids

Emily Manning

Emily Manning

January 27, 2022

Chinese New Year Colouring Pages

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Lunar New Year is nearly here, offering lots of opportunity for fun and celebration – from lion dances and dragon masks to dumplings, lanterns and a whole host of Zodiac animals! These Chinese New Year colouring pages are a great idea for keeping the kids busy and entertained!

There’s something for all ages, and the best bit is you can print them to enjoy at home, or take them with you for on-the-go fun.

Chinese New Year Colouring Pages

Child with Dragon Mask

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Super Coloring

Create your own mask with this fun picture of a young child in a Chinese dragon mask from Super Coloring.

Hanging Lantern

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Mom Junction

The hanging lantern is synonymous with Chinese New Year, and now you can create your own with this picture from Mom Junction. You could also colour in a collection and cut them out to make your own bunting!

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Firecrackers

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Super Coloring

Get the new year off to a BANG with this firecracker colouring page from Super Coloring.

Chinese New Year Animals

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Doodle Art Alley

Each year, the Lunar New Year is represented by one of 12 animals, on a repeating cycle. The Chinese zodiac animals in order are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig.

Colour the Zodiac animals with this colouring page from Doodle Art Alley.

Chinese Fan

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Coloring-Pages

Paper fans are a colourful and unique way to express yourself. This fan picture to colour from Coloring Pages is your chance to get truly creative!

How to Draw Chinese Dragons

How to draw a Chinese dragon

Image: How to Draw

Learn how to draw a cartoon Chinese Dragon to celebrate Chinese New Year. Follow these illustrated steps from How to Draw to create your own Chinese Dragon character.

Kite Flying

Chinese new year colouring page

Image: Mom Junction

Colourful kites flying in the sky is so festive! Create your own with this colouring page of varied kites from Mom Junction.

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Chinese Dragon Mask

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Super Coloring

Dragon masks are colourful and eye-catching – create your own with this colouring page from Super Coloring.

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Super Coloring

…or try this one for a more detailed colouring project.

Happy Lunar New Year

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Twisty Noodle

Gong Hey Fat Choy is how you proclaim Happy Lunar New Year! This colouring page from Twisty Noodle includes the Zodiac animals too.

Festival Spirit

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Best Coloring Pages for Kids

Celebrate with a lion dance and some festival spirit – colour this picture from Best Coloring Pages for Kids and make it as vibrant as you can!

Dragon Dance

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Crayola

The dragon dance is a large part of Lunar New Year celebrations, and this colouring page from Crayola shows just how fun it can be!

Happy Chinese New Year!

Chinese new year colouring pages

Image: Doodle Art Alley

The start of a new lunar year is always exciting and a time to celebrate. Try your hand at this fun colouring page from Doodle Art Alley.

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Published On: January 27th, 2022 / Categories: Things To Do / Last Updated: January 27th, 2022 / Tags: , /

About the Author: Emily Manning

Emily is the coffee-loving Editor of MyKidsTime. Mum of one daughter and two naughty Tibetan Terriers, she is particularly partial to Curly Wurlys and unable to resist pretty stationery and new cookbooks. As an avid foodie and domestic goddess-wannabe, she is most likely to be found in the kitchen.

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