We've got Year of the Rooster colouring pages for little kids and Year of the Rooster colouring pages for older kids (and adults too) - as well as colouring cards and colouring bookmarks for the new Chinese New Year coming up on 28th January!
What's New at Activity Village?
I've just added four lovely new rooster crafts to the website for Chinese New Year, and we've tried to provide something for all ages to try.
Here are just some of our New Year worksheets that we've updated for 2017, but you will find plenty more on the website to use in the classroom or home.
We've got a fun poster with our 2017 kids, new writing paper, printable jigsaws, cutting shapes and lovely display numbers in three varieties too - and there's lots more on top of that to explore!
It's 2017, and that means we have updated our New Year puzzles for you to print and enjoy with the kids! Click through to find a number search, a simple finger tracing maze and a counting puzzle with a difference.
Here's a fun colouring activity to get kids settled into the New Year classroom! Choose from one of our lovely New Year colouring pages, with many new or updated for 2017.
Our colouring cards are a fun way to send a special thank you letter, as well as wishing friends and family a Happy New Year. We've got a new collection for 2017, with something for all ages.
... and that includes new colouring pages, new colouring cards, new colouring bookmarks, new booklets, new posters, new worksheets, new writing paper and frames, and so much more!
Puzzles are a great way of keeping the kids busy while you get on with your holiday preparations, and we've got an interesting selection of new Hanukkah puzzles this year, including an updated word search, one of our fun "boggler" puzzles,
We've updated our old-style Christmas crosswords and added two new ones to the site today. I always think Christmas crosswords are particularly fun when accompanied by a mug of hot chocolate...
The thing about word scrambles is that you either see the words straight away - or you don't! And if you don't you can really get stuck into puzzles over what the anagrams could be.