New Year 2023 Activities With New Years Resolutions & Crafts - Noon Year
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New Years Activities 2023 - Noon Year
Celebrate New Year with your students with this engaging set of activities including crafts, printables, resolutions, writing, and MORE! It's all editable so you can use ityear after year!
Can't celebrate at noon? This resource has Noon & New Years options! Woohoo!
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Celebrate Noon Years with your students with these fun New Year's Day Activities!
- Easy Reader - a 6 page book with simple sentences and easy to follow concepts all about solar eclipses. Read in class and send home.
- Countdown Ball Craft - Create this ball and have the kids countdown from 20.
- Literacy Academic Pages - 4 practice pages including fill in the missing letter, reading CVC words, and writing the entire alphabet.
- Math Academic Pages - 9 practice pages including fill in the number activities (to 10 and to 20), number identification (to 10 and 20), graphing to 10, and addition to 5 and 10.
BONUS EDITABLE 2023 BONUS ITEMS:
- New Year & Noon Year Hats - Students will glue the clock onto the year of this fun hat. Students can also use the pattern pieces to decorate their hats!
- Pattern Pieces - Use on the hat, in a center, or however. Comes in color and black and white.
- 2022 Year in Review - Students will draw themselves and fill out some of their reflections from 2022.
- 2022 Year in Review Booklet - This is a half-page reader with different writing prompts and space for students to draw a picture.
- 2023 Goal Page - Students will write two goals and illustrate them.
- 2023 Number Order - Students will glue the number in order and write a sentence about the upcoming year.
- New Years' Notes - Students will use the numbers in the year to reflect. For example, they will write two things they are proud of and one thing they would not change.
- 2023 Clock Craft - This is a fun clock the kids can make that is either a boy or a girl. The face of the clock is the face and the hair is the base of the clock. Glue it down or use a brad to make the clockwork.
You can edit the year in this file for years to come when opened using ADOBE.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"Love doing this every year when we return from our winter break! It’s a great way to get back to our classroom the first day back."
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"Noon Year was a great alternative to New Year's with my class. It allowed us to begin the new year in our classroom and celebrate a fresh start. I enjoyed doing many different New Year's Eve activities with my students."
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"I have always provided a New Year's Noon celebration for my students. so imagine my excitement to discover this resource! We loved all of the activities and had so much fun! My favorite was the ball drop."
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