1 New Year! New Year s activity pack for the Intermediate classroom
2 Name A New Year All around the world, people have been celebrating the beginning of each new year for over 4,000 years. Today, the start of New Year s celebrations typically begin on December 31 st, or New Year s Eve, and continue into the early hours of January 1 st, New Year s Day. Common New Year s traditions include attending parties, eating special holiday foods, watching firework displays, attending public New Year s celebrations, and making resolutions for the new year. What is a Resolution? The word resolution is a multiple-meaning word. The definition associated with the new year, however, refers to a resolution as being a firm decision to do something or not do something. Why Make Resolutions? Each new year is the perfect time to make positive life changes, set goals, and make resolutions. Many people feel the beginning of a new year is a good time to make resolutions, because it s a time to start from scratch; the beginning of each new year offers a fresh start with a clean slate. Naturally, people tend to want to do better and make positive changes in their lives, and the beginning of a new year offers a goal time and date where those positive changes can be set to start. It gives people time to prepare for the changes they want to make, and having a set goal date also helps to get people fired up about their upcoming goals.
3 Name A New Year Another reason people make resolutions is because of tradition. For many, making New Year s resolutions is a tradition, whether those resolutions are kept or not. It s tradition to reflect back on the year at end and look forward to a prosperous, or successful, new year. How to Make a Resolution A resolution starts with a desire to make a change. When you know what change you want to make in your life, all you have to do is commit to helping yourself keep the resolution you ve made. Some helpful tips in making and keeping resolutions include being positive, being specific, making resolutions that are truly important to you, being realistic, and only setting achievable goals. Are you now ready to make a New Year s resolution? What do you want to achieve, what goals do you want to set for yourself, what changes do you want to make? On the lines below, briefly describe one resolution you d like to make for yourself in this new year.
4 Name Comprehension Answer each question with complete sentences, or fill in each blank. Refer back to the reading passage, if necessary. 1. All around the world, people have been the beginning of each new year for over years. 2. What were some common New Year s traditions mentioned in the reading passage? 3. As it is related to the new year, what is a resolution? 4. What are two reasons people make resolutions? 5. A starts with a desire to make a. 6. Name three helpful tips in making and keeping resolutions.
5 Name Idioms In the reading passage, there were several idioms used. Refer back to the passage to help define the literal meaning of each idiom. 1. Find the idiom, start from scratch, and write its literal meaning on the lines below. 2. Find the idiom, clean slate, and write its literal meaning on the lines below. 3. Find the idiom, fired up, and write its literal meaning on the lines below. 4. Would you consider fresh start to be an idiom? Why or why not? 5. In your own words, describe exactly what an idiom is. What is a common one you ve heard of?
6 Directions: Cut this foldable along the thick, black lines; glue it onto the template on the following page, fold along the dotted lines, and fill in the information on the template for a completed resolutions foldable with flaps. *Tip: print the foldable and template pages on contrasting, brightcolored pages for a more colorful and eye-catching look My New Year s Resolutions
7 glue here On the lines provided below, describe four New Year s resolutions you d like to make for Remember, make sure they re realistic, achievable, and something positive you really desire for yourself.
8 Name Instructions The six pages after the instructions are ready to print and put together for a double-sided, New Year s flipbook. Refer to the picture instruction page with this one, if necessary. *When printing directly from your computer printer, do not select the double-sided option. The pages are not formatted to be folded the way they will come out of the printer. *If you are going to print double-sided from your computer printer, you will need to print the first, third, and fifth pages. Then, the second page would need to be flipped to go onto the back of the first; the fourth page would need to be flipped to go onto the back of the third; the sixth page would need to be flipped to go onto the back of the fifth. In short, the easiest way to think of putting the pages together for printing, is to simply match up the same-sized, rectangular boxes on each side of the paper (see visual on the following page to see what I mean). In matching up the boxes, you will have had to flip one of the pages. If you match them that way, and put the pages back to back, they are easy to print on any copy machine that will do double-sided copies. Even if you don t print them double-sided, you can still put the flipbooks together in the same way---just find the pages with the same-sized, rectangular boxes, match them up, and fold on the printed, dotted fold line. On the next page, there is a visual instruction sheet to follow. Don t stress---i promise it ll work!
9 Name Instructions Disclaimer: Please excuse the poor quality of the photos for these instructions. It was late, the lighting was poor, and, well yeah. Enough said. I m human. Forgive me also for the shadows and ugly hands (yep, mine) When I say first, third, fifth, and so on; refer to this pic. This is just how they d print from the file. This is the first and second pages, side by side. The same-sized, rectangular boxes are matched up, and in order to do that, I did have to flip the second page. I will then put them back to back, just as they are. That will be my outermost page and front flip of my book. Continue matching pages 3 & 4 together; and 5 & 6 together in this same way. Fold on the dotted fold line. See what I mean by matching samesized boxes together. You will have had to flip one of the pages to line the boxes up. Trust me. It ll all work in the end. 3 This is the first and second pages together and folded and the third and fourth pages together and folded. The third and fourth pages together and folded get placed inside the first and second. You ll continue this process with the last two pages---fifth and sixth together; they will become your inside flaps. See the pictures below for the finished flipbook.
10 Goodbye, 2016
11 Hello, My top ten from 2016
12 Top Ten Favorites I m most excited about the new year because 2017, here we come!
13 res o lu tion [rezəˈlo osh(ə)n] NOUN a firm decision to do or not to do something Some memories from 2016 I just cannot forget include I ll never forget
14 Planning for some fun in 2017 I ve got some fun things planned for 2017! They include Fun plans for 2017
15 How can I forget? Resolution for School Resolution for Home Resolution for Health 2017 Resolutions
16 Display idea The following coloring pages, with the New Year s-themed pictures cut out, make a great border for a New Year s bulletin-type display. Tip: make the focal point of the display your students resolutions foldables or flipbooks.
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21 Name Silly Sentences Directions: Do not look at the story on the following page. Fill in the blanks on this page with the words called for. Then, using the words you ve selected, fill in the blank spaces in the story. Happy New Year! ADJECTIVE HOLIDAY VERB ENDING IN -ING VERB ENDING IN -ING TIME ON THE CLOCK ADJECTIVE ADJECTIVE ADJECTIVE ADJECTIVE PLACE ADJECTIVE ADJECTIVE HOLIDAY ADJECTIVE ADJECTIVE PLACE PLURAL NOUN HOLIDAY ADJECTIVE 2017 ADJECTIVE_ ADJECTIVE_
22 Name Silly Sentences Happy New Year! Celebrating the new year is a _ tradition for me. On Eve. I like games with my family, _ holiday foods, and staying up until. It s always a _ and eventful holiday. After the new year begins, I always think about the resolutions I can make. One resolution I always make is to keep myself. I feel that being is so important. A new resolution I want to make is to do better on all my work at _. I am a worker, so that shouldn t be too to do. Each day is a good time to look back on the past year and think about all the things I ve accomplished. I like to think about all the things I ve done. For example, I like to think about all the things I ve done at. I also like to think about all the I ve helped through the year. HOLIDAY VERB ENDING IN -ING ADJECTIVE PLACE ADJECTIVE ADJECTIVE ADJECTIVE HOLIDAY ADJECTIVE ADJECTIVE VERB ENDING IN -ING ADJECTIVE ADJECTIVE I hope this is a one HOLIDAY for you. Remember, set some resolutions, and stick to them! You ll feel so if you do. ADJECTIVE PLURAL NOUN ADJECTIVE TIME ON THE CLOCK PLACE ADJECTIVE ADJECTIVE
23 Name Write about it Directions: write a multi-paragraph letter to yourself describing your plans for the new year. Be sure to be specific and use great detail.
24 Name Write about it Directions: write a multi-paragraph personal narrative describing what you did to celebrate New Year s Eve and/or New Year s Day. Make sure your narrative has a beginning, a middle, and an end. Be specific about your experiences and your feelings. Use great detail.
25 ANSWER KEY Name Comprehension Answer each question with complete sentences, or fill in each blank. Refer back to the reading passage, if necessary. 1. All around the world, people have been the beginning of each new year for over years. 4, What were some common New Year s traditions mentioned in the reading passage? Common New Year s traditions include attending parties, eating special holiday foods, watching firework displays, attending public New Year s celebrations, and making resolutions for the new year. 3. As it is related to the new year, what is a resolution? A resolution refers to a firm decision to do something or not do something. 4. What are two reasons people make resolutions? celebrating People make resolutions at New Years for different reasons; some include considering the new year a time for a fresh start, it s a goal date to make positive changes, and it s a tradition for many. 5. A starts resolution with a desire to make a. change 6. Name three helpful tips in making and keeping resolutions. Helpful tips include being positive, being specific, making resolutions that are truly important to you, being realistic, and only setting achievable goals.
26 ANSWER KEY Name Idioms In the reading passage, there were several idioms used. Refer back to the passage to help define the literal meaning of each idiom. 1. Find the idiom, start from scratch, and write its literal meaning on the lines below. Start from scratch means to start at the beginning; to start over with no advantage. 2. Find the idiom, clean slate, and write its literal meaning on the lines below. Clean slate means an opportunity to start over with all past mistakes erased. 3. Find the idiom, fired up, and write its literal meaning on the lines below. Fired up means to be excited about, or absolutely ready for something. 4. Would you consider fresh start to be an idiom? Why or why not? Fresh start would be considered an idiom, because the literal meaning cannot be found from breaking apart the separate meanings of each word. 5. In your own words, describe exactly what an idiom is. What is a common one you ve heard of? An idiom is an expression or phrase that cannot be taken literally. A common one I ve heard is, raining cats and dogs. (There are so many acceptable, common idioms)
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