Under each major holiday you will find worksheets that are themed directly to each holiday. We have a vast collection of language arts driven worksheets prepared that span the grade levels and students will find not only fun, but engaging. We include grammar, reading comprehension, puzzles,
and writing activities under each theme. We all look forward to holidays. Many times it may just be a well deserved rest that we need. The goal of any holiday is to reflect and recognize on the occasion that is celebrated by the holiday. Want to engage students in a bit of current events and your curriculum include these holidays in your daily routine. These worksheets will add holiday themed English language arts worksheets that you can quickly print and use in seconds with your students.
100th Day of School - This is a great time of the year to through in a little bit of celebration. It also provides you with a good excuse to start a little review of what you have done so far this year.
Back to School - In North America this takes place during the end of the summer and just before fall breaks. It is fun and exciting for both students and teachers.
Black History Month - We explore the major events in history, Civil Rights Movement, and the key figures that have initiated progress.
Chinese New Year - We explore all aspects of the culture and celebrations that take place across the world.
Christmas - An annual celebration that is celebrated by billions across the world. December 25th is the date that commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ.
Cinco De Mayo - This is not that widely celebrated in Mexico. It is a Mexican celebration in remembrance of the underdog victory over French forces.
Columbus Day - Columbus Day is a federal holiday recognized by the United States government. It takes place on the second Monday of every October.
Diwali - We take a look at an event celebrated by over a billion people. It celebrates the triumph of good over evil. It is primarily celebrated in country of Indian.
Earth Day - April 22nd is the day of the year that we observe the health and sustenance of the Earth.
Easter - This is the annual celebration that commemorates the resurrection of Jesus. The date is often the most confusing of all the major holidays. It one of the few holidays that changes date every consecutive year.
End of School Year - These worksheets will help both teachers and students reflect back on the entire school year.
Fall / Autumn - We just cannot leave this one alone when it comes to leaves changing color.
Father's Day - We take the third Sunday in June to remember our dear old dad.
Fire Safety - This is a set of practices that is important for students to attribute value to.
First Day of School - A bunch of great class activities that students will find fun and engaging.
Fourth of July - This event celebrates the birth of a Nation (The United States of America).
Groundhogs Day - The annual event that was originally put in place to determine how far we are from warm weather.
Halloween - This October 31st holiday is celebrated in many different countries. It started with the ancient Celtic festival.
Hanukkah - A Jewish holiday meant to celebrate one of the greatest miracles of Jewish history.
Kwanzaa - A December holiday that is celebrated by African American culture that focuses on unity.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day - A federal holiday that celebrates the life and triumphs of a greatly influential Civil Rights Leader.
Memorial Day - A day when we mourn all the military personnel that sacrificed their lives for our freedom.
Mother's Day - We celebrate our mom on the second Sunday of May.
NaNoWriMo - These can help you over the course of National Novel Writing Month which is November.
New Years Day - You can take this as an opportunity to improve an aspect of yourself and become a better version of you.
President's Day - The third Monday in February we celebrate the office of the President of the United States.
Ramadan - We look at the history and the traditions of this Muslim celebration.
Saint Patrick's Day - We celebrate the patron Saint of Ireland. On March 17th it is said that we are all Irish.
Spring - The time of year when the flowers are starting to get back to life and man the bugs are out.
Summer - The hottest season of the year. The days are longer, and the nights are shorter.
Summer Olympics - We explore a number of the events and sports as well as the history behind the games.
Thanksgiving - This is the shared feast that was originally meant to celebrate the harvest on the farm.
Valentine's Day - February 14th is when we let others know how much they mean to us.
Winter - The coldest season of the year. It is the opposite of summer. There is a lot less light to be had.