Free Year of the Dragon Drawing Prompt Card 2024

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Another year and another zodiac animal! This year, is the Year of the Dragon and we have another fun and free activity for Chinese New Year! Today, have a look at this free Printable Greeting Card for the Year of the Dragon. Kids are encouraged to draw their very own DRAGON. Then have a look at the Chinese writing and pronounciation of “Happy New Year” and “xin nian kuai le” (pronounced shin nee-an kwai le)! A great little learning activity and a fun way to connect with friends and family.

Year of the tiger drawing prompt

The Year of the Dragon and the beginning of Lunar New Year is on the 10th February 2024!

As these Greeting Cards are “blank” – each one will be unique! Draw your Year of the Dragon design as detailed or as simple as you want!

Children can also take a look at the Characters that say Happy New Year in Chinese, as well as have a go at the pronunciation:

“xin nian kuai le” pronounced shin nee-an kwai le

More Printable Year of the Dragon Activities

We have MANY fantastic Year of the Dragon Printables for you this year!! You simply have to take a look! Including:

  • A build your own dragon printable – make your dragon long or short. Great collaborative dragon craft for the classroom or at home
  • A dragon hand puppet
  • Our post popular dragon puppet using a free printable, red paper and craft sticks!

To make your Year of the Tiger Greeting Card you will need:

  • A printer
  • White paper or light card stock
  • Scissors
  • Pens

Though this designed as a drawing prompt, you can get creative and use this to stick things on too! Maybe make a mini collage or get some Chinese New Year Stickers for the kids.

Download the free (simple) printable – not this is currently a freebie! Though you can get the full set for a very nominal cost here.

Once you have downloaded and printed your free Year of the Tiger greeting card drawing prompts, get the kids designing and drawing. They can make as many as they like!

Then cut out the outer edge of the cards, fold in half and send to loved ones!

A fun way to stay in touch with people you won’t get to see for a while.

We have more of these simple drawing prompts – in fact a whole set of the 12 Zodiac Animals (the year has been omitted, so that these can be used any time you are exploring Chinese Zodiac Animals). Maybe the children would like to create “their” animal as a Happy New Year Card?

Looking for more ideas.. check out these Year of the Dragon Activities:

We have more generic Chinese New Year Crafts here:

And finally – our list of Zodiac Animal Crafts (plus information on what year they occur in!):

Find out more about Chinese New Year