This fun New Year's activity will not only keep your students engaged, but will also help them reflect on the past year while also setting goals for the new year! This fortune teller/cootie-catcher can easily be folded by your students, and they can use it to ask each other questions that require reflection.
New Year's Eve: Webquest on its history and customs/Extension Activities
Need a fun/informative activity to celebrate the New Year? There are nine questions, lots of interesting customs of how people celebrate New Year's around the world, comprehension questions, extension activities and the key. Great activity for reading for information and research/computer skills. ( Diwali, Chinese New Year, Songkran and Rosh Hashanah included) http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/New-Years-Eve-Webquest-on-its-history-and-customsExtension-Activities-1584695
This engaging New Years Flipbook is a great way to reflect on last year's goals and set new ones for this New Year's Resolution! Your students are sure to enjoy this goal setting activity and is perfect as a growth mindset activity!
Summer Reading and Writing Pack This is a summer themed pack containing a variety of activities appropriate for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders. It can be used in school as an end of the year activity/review; teachers could send it home for kids to work on during the summer to keep skills fresh, or parents and homeschoolers could buy it themselves. It contains activities on the following topics: antonyms rhymes (3 differentiated levels) writing, fiction and non fiction poetry cause and effect…