Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Worksheets and Printables

Celebrate the rich variety of Asian and Pacific Islander cultures and their peoples with these Asian Pacific Heritage Month worksheets. Featuring traditional dress and folktale coloring pages, as well as short biographies about famous people from many countries, these printables help students around the world learn about these cultures and celebrate diversity every May. For more seasonal learning, check out our collection of spring worksheets.
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Jeremy Lin Jeremy Lin Jeremy Lin is a basketball sensation and the very first American-born NBA player of Chinese heritage.
Duke Kanahamoku Duke Kanahamoku If you're from Hawaii, you probably already know this famous name: Duke Kahanamoku, one of the most accomplished athletes in American history, an early Olympian, and a pioneer of the sport of surfing.
Apolo Anton Ohno Apolo Anton Ohno Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by coloring in this picture of famed athlete Apolo Anton Ohno, or by printing out the entire series!
Maya Lin Maya Lin Maya Lin is best known for designing the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial while still a college student, but has also designed buildings, sculptures, and art.
Larry Shinoda Larry Shinoda Larry Shinoda is an influential car designer who brought some of the most iconic cars of the 20th century to life.
Michelle Kwan Michelle Kwan Can't keep your kid off the ice? Hand her this coloring page of figure-skating hero Michelle Kwan, one of the most accomplished figure skaters in history.
I.M. Pei I.M. Pei Meet one man whose influence is all around us: I.M.
Dan Inouye Dan Inouye It's never too early for your kid to take an interest in politics, and few politicians are as inspirational as Dan Inouye, the highest-ranking Asian-American politician in U.S.
Color the Fenghuang Color the Fenghuang One thing every culture has in common is a set of folk tales and myths, and this coloring series features mythological creatures from all over the world.
Kitsune Coloring Page Kitsune Coloring Page This Kitsune coloring page features the mythical fox-like creature, present in Japanese folklore.
Chinese Dragon Coloring Page Chinese Dragon Coloring Page In Chinese culture, the dragon is a symbol of power and good luck.
Color the Tengu Color the Tengu One thing every culture has in common is a set of folk tales and myths, and this coloring series features mythological creatures from all over the world.
Color a Xiezhi Color a Xiezhi One thing every culture has in common is a set of folk tales and myths, and this coloring series features mythological creatures from all over the world.
Multicultural Coloring: China Multicultural Coloring: China Kids will be on their way to becoming global citizens with these coloring sheets of children in traditional dress.
Color the Kitsune Color the Kitsune One thing every culture has in common is a set of folk tales and myths, and this coloring series features mythological creatures from all over the world.
Color the Kirin Color the Kirin One thing every culture has in common is a set of folk tales and myths, and this coloring series features mythological creatures from all over the world.
Celebrate the rich variety of Asian and Pacific Islander cultures and their peoples with these Asian Pacific Heritage Month worksheets. Featuring traditional dress and folktale coloring pages, as well as short biographies about famous people from many countries, these printables help students around the world learn about these cultures and celebrate diversity every May. For more seasonal learning, check out our collection of spring worksheets.