New Year's Writing Craft

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A First for Everything
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I have loved using this resource over the past few years. Is there a chance you can update it for 2022?
My students loved creating their new year resolutions last school year using this product. It was a cute project to hang around the classroom for the month of January.


New Year's Writing***** Updated for 2022****

Students will love writing about their goals for the New Year, with this New Year's Writing Craftivity. Students can write about their hopes for the new year and/or their favorite memory from the year prior with this adorable writing craftivity. This New Year's Writing project makes a perfect bulletin board or hallway display.

New Year's Writing Craftivity includes:

-My Goal for the New Year writing response page (one with a boy image and one with a girl image).

-My New Year's Resolutions writing response page (one with a boy image and one with a girl image).

-My Goals for the New Year numbered 1-3 writing response page.

-My Favorite Memory of 2022 writing response page.

-In 2022, I Hope writing response page.

-head and hand template page.

-2022glasses template page.

-4 pages of various hairstyle template pages.

-legs and feet template page.

***This resource will be updated each year***


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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write opinion pieces in which they introduce the topic or name the book they are writing about, state an opinion, supply a reason for the opinion, and provide some sense of closure.


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