Noon Years - New Years Activities - New Years 2021

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Noon Years - New Years Activities - New Years 2021

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You can edit the YEAR in this file for years to come when opened using ADOBE.

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Celebrate Noon Years with your students with these fun New Years 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 2021 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.

- 2020 Year in Review - Students will draw themselves and fill out some of their reflections from 2018.

- 2020 Year in Review Booklet - This is a half-page reader with different writing prompts and space for students to draw a picture.

- 2020 Goal Page - Students will write two goals and illustrate them.

- 2020 Number Order - Students will glue the number 2018 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.

- 2020 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 clock work.

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You can edit the year in this file for years to come when opened using ADOBE.

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