Teaching my kids to successfully use writing as a form of self expression and communication is a top goal here at my house. Use these 150+ free printable pages of writing prompts to make adding more writing to your kid’s days easy!
These easy printables are the perfect New Year’s craft for kids. Make fun New Year’s Eve party hats and crowns that your kiddos can decorate and then enjoy wearing!
Make it simple…
In a season filled with parties and excitement I find that my kids and I find the most joy in the little stuff. Easy moments together mean less stress, more fun, and good times.
These New Year’s crafts for kids start with easy printable templates for New Year’s Eve party hats. Print on standard 8.5 x 11 paper. Printing on cardstock will give you a bit of a sturdier hat. If you don’t have card stock you can totally get away with standard, copy weight paper.
New Year’s party hats for kids…
The first step is to add some color. This should be done while the printable templates are flat. We used markers because they’re quick, super vibrant, and require little drying time. Any kid friendly medium will do. Tempera paints or colored pencils would also be fun. And glitter glue….that would be a definite yes!
When your kiddos are satisfied with the color cut the templates out. The hat will need a slit cut into it one the line shown above. An adult can do this with an X-acto blade or use a pair of scissors. The tab on the other side will slide into this opening to secure the hat into a cone shape. Use a bit of tape to secure.
The crown shape will need cut out as well. The tabs on the side will not be long enough to go around your child’s head. Cut an additional strip of paper to extend the crown to fit your child’s head. We just did a quick measure and cut session at our house!
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More New Year’s Eve activities for kids….
If you’re looking for more easy ways to celebrate the coming of 2020 check out these additional free printables.
This black and white New Year’s journal prints ten half size pages and makes a sweet little book. Places to write, draw, and make lists will make a sweet little keepsake for years to come and help your kiddos learn to look forward and set some goals.
A new year means a new beginning. These colorful quotes are the perfect way to celebrate a fresh start!
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Let this list of children’s book bring the Chinese New Year to life through stories and colorful illustrations. Then use the free printable information sheet and dragon coloring page to keep the learning going!
Books to celebrate the Chinese New Year…
The Chinese New Year is such a rich and colorful celebration. These children’s books are an easy way for your kiddos to gain an understanding of the significance of this holiday. Learn about the Chinese calendar, special food traditions, celebrations with family and friends, and of course the beautiful imagery involved in the two week long celebration of the Chinese New Year.
Each book offers it’s own small insight into the holiday. Whether you choose just one book to read or the whole collection I know you’ll appreciate the beauty of this holiday!
I love using printables like the one below to help my students record what they know. Some answers are factual and may require a bit of research into the traditions of the Chinese New Year. A book or two from the book list above should provide plenty of knowledge and inspiration!
Just as many of the answers require only your student’s opinions. Asking student’s to consider their own opinions and preferences regarding new ideas is a way to get them to slow down and be more thoughtful about what they’re seeing!
Color your own Chinese dragon…
The dragon is a popular symbol in the Chinese New Year celebration. Dragons are believed to bring good luck to people. They also symbolize wisdom, power, and wealth.
Dragon dances can often be seen as part of the celebration of the Chinese New Year. How the dragon is constructed and the type of dance done can vary according to geography and local culture.
The dragon below is inspired by the Chinese dragons of the Chinese New Year. You can find it in PDF form for free in my Resource Library.
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Teaching isn’t an easy job. Whether you teach little kids, big kids, or your very own teaching can stretch you to the limits. I designed these bullet journal for teachers with those special challenges in mind. Spend a few minutes reflecting on your day or your week, thinking about how your time is best spent, and remembering why you teach in the first place!
Do you have good friends? Do you consider yourself to be a good friend to others? Use this free printable friendship book to encourage your kiddos to be thoughtful and intentional about the friends they choose and the kind of friend they are themselves!
Are literacy skills and technology really enemies? Could screens really be the death of imaginative play and creative thinking? Technology can be a time suck, even an addiction for young, smushy brains (or forty year old brains, for that matter.) Using some creative resources, such as these coding books for kids, can ensure that you child stays on top of the technology curve while growing their own literacy and problem solving skills.
What is growth mindset? Growth mindset has kind of become the mantra of our little homeschool and my grown up decision of starting a blog. Growth mindset celebrates the process, the effort of learning new things, rather than the outcome. Do we want a positive outcome? Yes, ma’am. But sometimes trying weird, new things, requires taking a risk, maybe even failing.