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.
New Years Resolution Worksheets:
New Year's Resolutions are promises or commitments, to ourselves, to make a change to our lives over the course of the coming year. The ancient Babylonians are created with being the first people to do this over 4,000 years ago. The common theme of any resolution is to do something for the better and improve ourselves. Most resolution focus around improving our health such as living healthier, losing weight, exercising more, quitting smoking, or no longer drinking alcohol. Many people also hope to improve their relationships with their loved ones or have career goals. If you were to improve one thing in your life, next year, what would it be? These worksheets will help students find their voice and create their own New Year's resolutions.
Now and Then - Things I accomplished and want to do this year and next.
Take Action - Write down
some actionable resolutions to help you accomplish those things
Picture It - See if you can explain your thoughts by drawing a picture.
8 to Go - See if you can come up with 8 sentences of your own.
My Thoughts - This is something that you can work out and reflect on for many years to come.