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Top 10 New Year Coloring Pages


After toiling for 365 days (366 days in some cases), people all over the world witness their favorite holiday, New Year. New Year is one of the most celebrated holidays in the whole world. We leave behind all the sorrows and bad experiences and look forward to the new year with fresh hopes. New Year isn’t just for adults. Even children enjoy the holiday as much as adults, or even more. And one of their favorite activities is showing their creativity on coloring pages. To keep your children in high spirits, Live It Beautiful has compiled a list of New Year coloring pages. Have a look at them below.

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Top 10 New Year Coloring Pages:


  1. Little Mouse Wishing You A Happy New Year:

New Year Coloring Pages

The adorable mouse you see here is as excited as we all are for the new year. He’s a holding a happy new year balloon in one hand, which he’ll let go off once the clock strikes. But it seems that the celebration has begun for him even before the 12 o clock.

  1. Ring In The New Year:

New Year Coloring Pages

Ring in the new year with the simple and cute new year coloring page. It features balloons with different patterns, streamers, confetti and clock striking 12 o’ clock. This coloring page has relatively neat and clean lines, making it perfect for both preschoolers and elementary school goers.

  1. Winnie The Pooh All Excited For The New Year:

New Year Coloring Pages

It looks like Winnie the Pooh is having the time of his life at the New Year party. He’s laughing, smiling and dancing his way to the New Year. And just like Winnie the Pooh is excited for the new year, even your child will be excited the same way coloring this page.

  1. Happy New Year Card Template:

If your child is insisting on making a Happy New Year greeting card for his friends, we’ve got an excellent idea for. Print out this black and white new year greeting card template on a card stock paper and tell your child to decorate it any way he likes. Even the receiver will be mighty impressed with it.

  1. Santa Wishing You All A Happy New Year:

It seems like Santa has been unable to shake off the festive spirit. So he’s come all over from the North Pole to wish our lovely readers a jubilant new year. Keeping up with the festivities, tell your child to color this new year coloring page in the most vibrant way possible.

  1. New Year Party Invitation Card Template:

Are you planning to throw a New Year’s party for your kids and their friends? Wondering what to do about the invites? Then you can download this fun and adorable new year invitation card template, featuring a group of children and their friends. Print out the template on the cardstock paper and allow the children to paint these invites anyway they like.

  1. Chinese New Year Coloring Page:

This neat coloring page features kids welcoming Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year is celebrated in China at the turn of the Chinese lunar. The holiday goes on from the 23rd of last month to the 15th of the next month. The citizens of China are given not one or two, but seven days off for the Chinese New Year.

  1. Baby New Year:

This coloring page features Baby New Year, a chubby baby that appears wearing nothing but a sash and a diaper. Baby New Year symbolizes the start of the new year. This tradition began in Greece by Dionysus, who kick-started the tradition by parading a baby in a basket. But the image of the Baby New Year was brought to the forefront by the Germans.

  1. Father Time:

Father Time is one of the most important signs of the new year. As you can see in the picture, Father Time appears as a bearded and old man wearing a sash and dressed in a robe. Seen carrying an hourglass, timekeeping device, and a scythe, Father Time is the personification of time.

  1. People Enjoying New Year Party:

Here’s a coloring page featuring people celebrating New Year party. It was traditionally believed that whatever people ate or did on their first day of the year would affect the fortune or luck that year. Hence, people began by celebrating with their friends and family. 

We hope you and your children enjoyed filling beautiful colors in our New Year coloring pages. If you’ve any query or suggestions regarding these New Year coloring pages, let us know in the comment section below. Until then, wish you and your family a very happy New Year.

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