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Fun crossword puzzle that students can complete about the history of new year celebrations!
Students may use their own resources to find the answers to complete the puzzle or they can use My Teaching Library’s article: History of New Year Celebrations
If you are searching for holiday related vocabulary to use for language or writing activities, here are , all New Year’s Eve – celebration oriented!
Terms include: Auld Lang Syne, balloons, calendar, celebrate, clock confetti, countdown, eve, extravaganza, festivities, firecrackers, happy, hourglass, January, memories, midnight noisemaker, party, resolution, year
Fun New Year’s puzzle – Get your students thinking as they see how many words they can make out of the phrase “Happy New Year”!
I’ve included both a color and b/w version of the worksheet. If you’d like to create a fun word center, print and laminate a few copies of the color version and let students use wipe off markers. If you’d like to give students their own copies, use the black/white version.
The worksheet includes space for up to 30 words. If students can produce more, have them write them on the back.
Want to make it even more fun? See how many points students can earn by assigning a point value for the number of letters each word contains! After students complete the worksheet, have them ‘add up’ their points to see how many they’ve earned!
Whether late December or early January, this holiday resource will provide your students with a quick lesson on New Year’s Day. After they read the passage, their attention to detail is accessed as they answer five short answer questions and then complete a crossword puzzle.
FREE Resource from My Teaching Library to you!
Inspire student writing and publishing of creative works with these New Year’s themed pages. You’ll get 21 pages. Some are color and some b/w. Students can use to create poetry, fun narratives, write New Year goals…and more!
Goal setting is a invaluable life skill that needs to be taught. Here is a step-by-step guide to setting s for the New year. It is divided into three sections: Inventory, Resolutions and Steps.
This NO PREP (just PRINT & GO) download contains 8 pages (each a different template) to help students learn to set goals – make a plan – for the New Year!
Contains sheets with both 3/4″ and 1/2″ lines designed for little hands learning to write. Some pages also gives students space to draw a picture of their New Year resolution.
Celebrate the NEW YEAR with your students as they create their own personal New Year Labpooking project! Within the activity, students will be asked to…
- Review and use holiday related words such as resolution, goals, confetti, midnight, joy, Winter, together, calendar…and more
- Write at least 3 facts about New Years.
- Create a few goals / resolutions to share
- Answer questions about their life (last year and in the up coming year).
I also have given suggestions of other items that can be shared in the lapbook as well as provided additional templates!
This resource has a variety of activities to keep your students busy practicing and reinforcing learned Math Skills during the month of January!
Have students start the New Year off writing! Here are fun top hat shaped pages for students to use as the self-publish their writing. They can use for a variety of writing assignments and I’ve included numerous ‘types’ of pages to help your students get creative!