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Celebrate the New Year with these printable worksheets and activities.
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New Year WorksheetsResolutions (Primary) Member
Students write a sentence about their New Year's resolution, then draw a picture. This worksheet has dotted, primary lines for writing.Resolutions (Intermediate) Member
Students write a short paragraph about their New Year's resolutions. They have to state their resolution and tell why they chose it.Remembering 2012 Member
Students reflect on the year 2012 and write abut people they met and things they did.Remembering 2013 Member
Students write about the interesting events that happened in 2013. (This worksheet is intended to be used in early 2014.)Remembering 2014 Member
Students write about the year 2014, including people they met and things they did. (I know it's not 2014 yet, but we've got worksheets prepared for the future.)Remembering 2015 Member
Students write about the year 2015, including people they met and things they did. (I know it's not 2015 yet, but we've got worksheets prepared for the many years to come.)
New Year PuzzlesNew Year Word Search Member
Find the hidden New Year words in this puzzle.
Reading ComprehensionNew Year's Resolution (fiction) Member
Erica's New Year's resolutions are a little too ambitious, but when her mom convinces her to come up with one resolution she can really stick with, Erica discovers the perfect plan for the New Year.
This worksheet has a picture of a boy and a girl celebrating the New Year. The girl has a cell phone and the clock reads midnight.Fireworks Member
This worksheet has a picture of a boy and a girl watching fireworks. The boy is holding a New Year noisemaker. Students write a story to explain what's happening in the picture.
New Year MathTime: How Long 'Till Midnight? Member
Write the time shown on each clock and tell how many minutes until the New Year.Math Picture Puzzle: Adding Money Member
Find the sums of the money amounts. Then use the answers to build a picture of Father Time and Baby New Year.
Teaching ToolsNew Year Sticker Chart Member
Keep track of student homework or reading assignments on this sticker chart featuring Father Time and Baby New Year.
See Also:Martin Luther King Day Worksheets
Printable worksheets to celebrate MLK day.Winter Worksheets
Printable worksheets for celebrating Christmas in the classroom.Chinese New Year
Download and print a Chinese Zodiac calendar and Chinese New Year puzzles and games.