Adjectives and Adverbs - Adjectives are words that describe nouns and pronouns. Adverbs are words that describe verbs,
adjectives, and other adverbs. Adverbs often end in -ly, but not always. Find where the adjectives and adverbs
Year's Day Mad Libs - Fill in the blanks with the appropriate type of word. Noun,
adjective, or verb. Read your silly story aloud to your friends for
lots of laughs.
Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
- The second most number of fireworks accidents happen on this day
in the United States.
New Year - This is always major topic of conversation in January. Read about some of the traditions of the Chinese New Year and answer the questions.
Your Calendars - All you ever wanted to know about the history
of the calendar. Read the following information about the history of the calendar and answer the questions that follow.
- See if this one helps you put it into perspective for you. Fill in each word that coordinates with the appropriate number and clue just like a crossword. Certain letters
have a special symbol to be used to decode the special message below.
Find - Find the words hidden in the jumbled letters below. You will be looking for a dozen words in this matrix of letters.
- Use the code below to decipher the special New Year's message!
New Words for the New Year - Make new words with each given
word. Start with at least a four-letter word (bigger if you can) and
go down to a minimum two-letter word.
New Year's Resolutions
- Many people like to make resolutions for the New Year ahead. They
are goals that can be big or small.