If you’re looking for 20 Holiday and New Year’s Eve Activities for Kids, look no further.
First activity, just look at the picture — write your name as many times as you can in two minutes. Go!
Next, I found some fun ideas on www.playdoughtoplato.com. And even though the article is from December 2017, these ideas will help the kids stay entertained over the current holidays. They’ll also help you say goodbye to 2019 and hello to 2020.
I’m going to bring in the Pop a Balloon activity into my classroom to add fun with…
- Telling time to the hour and half-hour
- Reading a calendar
- Kindness Reflections
- Gratitude Practices
- Sight Words Practices
- Read-aloud choices
- Sentence building
- Number sense
- Skip counting
- Addition and subtraction
We’ll save the balloon pieces once they’ve been popped and have them available for re-purposing during our Inventors & Inventions unit. I can’t wait to see what my Kinder kids will invent with them.
Something spectacular, no doubt. Because they are.