Chinese New Year 2023 Rabbit Ideas

2023 is the year of the rabbit! Click on the images below for some super cute rabbit art and craft ideas for children.

Fun Facts About Chinese New Year for Kids

  • Chinese New Year is also called Lunar New Year and Spring Festival
  • The date is based on the Chinese calendar and varies from year to year. The first day of Chinese New Year begins on the new moon that appears between 21 January and 20 February.
  • In 2023, the first day of the Chinese New Year will be on Sunday 22nd January
  • The Chinese calendar has an animal zodiac.  2023 is the Year of the Rabbit!
  • Lunar New Year is celebrated in many countries, including China, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, and others.
  • Festivities last for two weeks, beginning with New Year’s Eve and ending with the Lantern Festival.  See a timeline of the festival dates.

1. Pop-Up Rabbit Card

2. Cute Paper Plate Bunny

3. Free Rabbit Colouring Page

4. Paper Rabbit Craft

Materials

  • White construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Googley eyes
  • Cotton balls
  • Pink construction paper

How to Make a Paper Rabbit Craft

  • Cut the sheet of white paper into strips along the long side.
  • Glue the strips together in a snowflake shape.
  • Then glue the opposing ends together.
  • Cut another sheet of white paper along the shorter side.
  • Repeat step 2 and 3 to make a slightly smaller ball.
  • Glue on googley eyes, cotton balls just below it.
  • Cut out a pink heart from construction paper. Glue that on the front fo the cotton balls

5. Year of the Rabbit Paper Puppet Craft

6. Rabbit Illustration Using Lines

7. How To Draw A Rabbit Tutorial Easy

8. Eric Carle Style

Happy New Year to you!

Till next time…

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