New Year's

14 pages. A terrific writing prompt for January and a fun way to increase vocabulary, while reviewing verbs.
4 pages. A delightful way to review parts of speech: nouns, verbs and adjectives. Students roll dice to see which word they will use to fill in the blanks. Afterwards, challenge students to make up their own Fractured Tale using the same format.

14 pages

Hang up the posters to greet your returning students.  Choose a bookmark or mini card, print and leave on your students' desks or tuck in their backpacks as a sweet surprise when they come back from vacation.

8 pages. Common Core State Standards: RF.K1a, RF.K1c, RF.K1d, RF.K.3a, L.K1a, L.1.1a New Year-themed words from A to Z. A fun way to review the alphabet, as well as increase vocabulary.

6 pages. A collection of my favorite New Year's quotes. Use them as a writing prompt. Make overheads; have students choose their favorite and write why they like it.

4 pages. Common Core State Standard: 1.MD.3 A fun way to review telling time to the hour as well as reinforce reading and writing skills.

1 page. Nice for your calendar or hung up to welcome students back. Print some off and leave them on your students' desks as a card or to be used as a bookmark.
4 pages. Make these into 3 different New Year class books, or combine all of the pages in one book. Students trace and then write the sentences + complete the writing prompt and illustrate their page.
3 pages. Students trace and then write the Happy New Year sentences and the date for the New Year.

7 pages:  A Venn diagram is a terrific way to have students compare and contrast. They are a great precursor for writing prompts to help students organize their thoughts too.  Here are 7 with a New Year theme.

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