Prep For The New Year With These Simple Activities

We want you to enjoy your Christmas break to it's finest here at Ellison. The classroom decorations were beautiful, kids were sent home with their homework, and the 2017 couldn't have gone by any better. That's why we prepared a list of back-to-school activities that you can do with your classroom on the first day of 2018! Celebrate with these New Years-themed crafts that include resolutions, bingo, and other great January activities. Let's get started!

1. Start the New Year off with a pop! by Spunky Junky

Use our Tag dies to mass create wonderful New Year favors for your students!

2. Preschooler Resolution New Years Craft by Happy Home Fairy

Have your preschoolers make a fun portrait of themselves while also writing their resolutions for the new year!

3. Sparkler Firework Craft by Kid's Craftroom

Have all of the bang without any of the blast! Make these sparkler firework crafts to add excitement to the new year.

4. Paper Plate Noise Maker by Crafts By Amanda

There shouldn't be any reason to make your students even noisier than they already are, but it's the New Year, so why not? Have some fun with these paper plate noise makers!

5. New Year's Eve Bingo Cards by Campfire Marshmallows

Play some bingo for your classroom activity! Use marshmallows or other treats for a sweet surprise.

6. New Year's Wishing Wand by Baby Centre

A craft that will please students of all ages, these wishing wands will easily shake off the rest of 2017.

7. New Year's Toast Craft by Little Kinder Warriors

A toast to the New Year - quite literally! A pun-filled activity for your students, use our Food (Grains) die for mass producing.

8. New Years Glasses by Ellison

Can you believe 2012 was 6 years ago? Turn back the clock by making these New Year glasses, but don't worry! They are customizable to celebrate any year you want.

9. New Year's Eye Countdown Activity by jdaniel4smom

Interactive, creative, and full of fun, this New Year's Eve Countdown Activity may seem a little late, but it will help your little ones with their numbers and counting!

10. New Years Festive Hat by Ellison

Make a festive hat for your students to bring home! The best thing about this project is that you can celebrate whatever you want, not just the New Year!

We hope this makes your winter break much relaxing now that we did all of the research for you! Feel free to use this as inspiration and let us know how it goes by contacting us on our social media pages! (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest)

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