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First Grade Chinese New Year Worksheets and Printables

Chinese New Year worksheets and coloring pages help your child celebrate the holiday. Our collection of Chinese New Year worksheets introduce your child to the festive holiday with Zodiac charts and masks, red envelope math exercises, and Lunar New Year mini-books. Your child can also participate in the celebrations by decorating Chinese New Year coloring pages, full of dragons, animals, and dancers. Traditionally a multi-week celebration, Chinese New Year is usually celebrated in January or February, with symbolic special meals, gifts to spread good fortune, and firecracker-filled parades to ward off bad spirits. Try these Chinese New Year worksheets and coloring pages with your child.

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Do you know the 12 animal symbols of the Chinese Zodiac? They're collected on this Chinese zodiac coloring page!
First Grade
Chinese New Year
This year of the rabbit coloring page will help you bring in the Lunar New Year this February 2011!
First Grade
Chinese New Year
Ring in the Chinese New Year with these worksheets that feature important lunar new year traditions and other interesting aspects of Chinese culture.
First Grade
Chinese New Year
Start the lunar new year off right by giving your child's math skills a boost with this colorful coin-counting activity.
First Grade
Chinese New Year
Color in the Chinese characters that read 'happy new year' and decorate to share the Chinese New Year greeting!
First Grade
Chinese New Year
At Chinese New Year parades, participants often celebrate by building dragon and lion characters to dance under. How many dancers are under this dragon?
First Grade
Chinese New Year

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