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New Years Day Math Worksheets

How Do People Celebrate New Years Day? According to the Gregorian and Julian calendar, January 1st is a national holiday that celebrates New Year's Day. The New Year Day marks the start of a new with new resolutions and new possibilities. It is also a marking of newly found happiness and restarting life with a clean slate. People consider New Year's to be a reminder of looking ahead to the future, leaving sadness behind and make positive changes in their lives. There are lots of ways in which people celebrate New Year's. At the stroke of midnight, fireworks are released into the sky. Parades around the world are held to welcome the New Year with happiness. People everywhere celebrate the day with champagne and a variety of different foods as well. People keep their loved ones close and follow traditions that are meant to bring good luck and success for the new year. Here are a series of New Years Day themed math worksheets that are aligned to the Common Core Curriculum. Some random New York City ball dropping facts: 1 million people gather in Time Square, 1 billion people watch it on television, 2,000 pounds of confetti is dropped on the crowd, 45% of Americans make New Year's resolutions.


Sheets Sorted By Common Core Skill



Core Aligned and Leveled Collection



Kindergarten


  • Symmetry(K.G.B.4.S.9) - Identify if the following objects has symmetry or not. Select yes if the picture has symmetry or no if it does not.
  • Counting for the New Year to 100(K.CC.A.1.E.2) - Select the correct answer for the following count to 100.

Grade 1




Grade 2



Grade 3



Grade 4


  • The Twins New Year's Word Problems(4.OA.3) - Lucy and her twin sister Maribel are 9 years old this year, and their Mom and Dad have decided that they are finally old enough to stay up until midnight on New Year's Eve and see the fireworks!
  • Increasing Patterns(4.OA.C.5.L.2) - Complete the increasing patterns.
  • Equivalent Fractions(4.NBT.A.2.E.20) - Complete the pattern of the equivalent fractions.
  • The Old & The New(4.NF.C.7.M.1) - Compare and convert the following metric units.

Grade 5



Grade 6



Grade 7


  • Rounding Decimals(7.NS.A.2d) - Round the following decimals as instructed.
  • Data Samples(7.SP.A.2) - Choose if the following is a random, representative, or biased samples.

Grade 8