New Year’s Resources (freebie)
It’s hard to believe the new year is almost here and it is time to set New Year’s goals. We start back after the new year and I am already thinking about how I am going to re-focus my students. They are always so excited and exhausted from winter break. One important thing we do is spend the first couple of days reteaching important procedures. This is a great time of year to talk about setting goals for the rest of the school year. We brainstorm some personal and classroom goals and record them on chart paper.
I try to stay clear of the word resolution and use the word goal. Here is a picture of an anchor chart we have used in the years past.
New Year’s Books
Here are some New Year’s books that I like to read aloud to my students.
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Finally, here is a freebie that I made years ago, but continue to update it for the current year. It’s simple and sweet because I really only spend a day or two on new year’s goals and then move on to winter activities. Click below to grab yours.
Do you have your students make goals or resolutions?
Looking forward to getting new ideas to help teach my special ed classroom
Love receiving quality freebies such as the ones offered. Thanks for your generosity.
Great blog post! Much thanks!
I love this New Year’s worksheet. Downloading it now—I know a bunch of kids who will like using this! Thank you!
I can’t wait to explore all the wonderful ideas I could use to teach English to children in Italy!