Fourth Grade Chinese New Year Worksheets and Printables

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.
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Good Fortune: Chinese New Year Printable Good Fortune: Chinese New Year Printable Welcome Chinese New Year with this fun craft activity.
Red Envelope: Year of the Dog Red Envelope: Year of the Dog Celebrate Chinese New Year by making your own red envelope!
Red Envelope: Year of the Monkey Red Envelope: Year of the Monkey 2016 is the Year of the Monkey according to the Chinese Zodiac!
Red Envelope: Year of the Dragon Red Envelope: Year of the Dragon People born during the Year of the Dragon are considered to be strong and courageous.
Red Envelope: Year of the Goat Red Envelope: Year of the Goat The Year of the Goat, or the Year of the Sheep, is thought to bring prosperity.
Red Envelope: Year of the Horse Red Envelope: Year of the Horse Fill this red envelope with lucky money to wish someone born in the Year of the Horse good fortune for lunar new year!
Red Envelope: Year of the Ox Red Envelope: Year of the Ox Did you know that the next Year of the Ox is 2022?
Red Envelope: Year of the Rabbit Red Envelope: Year of the Rabbit Check out this awesome Year of the Rabbit Chinese zodiac red envelope!
Red Envelope: Year of the Rat Red Envelope: Year of the Rat Did you know the Chinese zodiac describes the rat as cunning and ambitious?
Red Envelope: Year of the Rooster Red Envelope: Year of the Rooster 2017 is the Year of the Rooster according to the lunar calendar!
Red Envelope: Year of the Snake Red Envelope: Year of the Snake According to Chinese zodiac legend, the snake is a smart animal!
Red Envelope: Year of the Tiger Red Envelope: Year of the Tiger Make a do-it-yourself red envelope for Chinese New Year with this coloring worksheet.
Lucky 8: Chinese New Year Division Lucky 8: Chinese New Year Division Did you know that 8 is considered a very lucky number in Chinese culture?
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.