Are you ready for a new year? I am! I’m definitely in favor of leaving the old behind and ringing in the new.
A Sale For the New Year
Check out this hashtag sale, #ByeBye2020, on TpT so you can snag some fabulous dollar deals! What better way to get excited about teaching and learning in 2021.
Last time I checked there were over 2,000 resources listed. But you need to hurry as these deals are only available on December 31, 2020 and January 1, 2021.
You’ll find two of my resources listed in this sale. My anchor wall charts for subtraction fact mental strategies are a year-round best-seller. This winter critters number sense activity for teen numbers is a seasonal favorite.
A Freebie for You
I’ve never succeeded at making or keeping new year’s resolutions. Have you? Here’s a free resource that’s a little different.
The focus is on anticipating the possibilities a new year offers. I’m all for instilling a little hope for a better future right now.
Try this activity with children of various ages, at home or at school. The clipart and the prompts are geared towards children but the activity is suitable for all ages. The youngest can dictate their responses. You can also have children choose to respond to just 3 to 5 prompts or to complete them over more than one session.
Simply download, print, and provide writing tools. Then, do a little brainstorming and you’re all set.
Use the first word as a prompt to complete the phrase in a way that’s meaningful for you. For example, I might finish “See” with “my grandchildren often”. Whereas my four-year-old grandson might add “the trumpet” to “Play”. Ah… the possibilities are wide-ranging!
Click the highlighted words to download your free copy of A New Year of Possibilities.
My 2021 hopes are for a better new year for everyone!
I’d love to hear from you! Pick a prompt and share how you would complete it in the comments below.
Photo in title image by Tigerpix LLC.