Who doesn’t love a little New Year’s Eve celebration each and every year?! These New Year’s Eve Glasses and Writing activity will have your students getting into the spirit in no time. Are you looking for more New Year’s ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom? If so click here.
New Year’s Eve Glasses and Writing includes two templates for making your own New Years Glasses, one for adults and one for children.
Getting New Year’s Eve Glasses Ready
You can either print these on colored cardstock (below) or print them on white cardstock and have your students (or children) color. I strongly recommend that you print on cardstock so that the glasses will not be floppy.
Students will first cut out the glasses and arms.
Then they will cut out the insides of the circles so that they can see out of their glasses. They can do this by cutting a slit in the circle and then cutting around the edge.
Lastly, students will glue the arms onto the glasses. They will need to make sure that the curved part of the arms is facing down so that it will hold the glasses on their ears.
After students let the glue dry, they can bend the arms back so that they can wear their glasses and then they are ready to go!
Celebrating with New Year’s Eve Glasses & Writing
Whether you are at home or teaching about New Year’s Eve in your classroom, it is an important to teach little learners about the importance of traditions. These glasses will be a fun way to celebrate the new year.
While they are in the spirit, they can complete a New Year’s Eve writing where they can share stories about how they celebrated New Year’s Eve or what they are looking forward to this upcoming year.
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I hope that you and your students enjoy their New Year’s Eve Glasses and Writing!
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