Happy New Year !. The 1 st of January is New Year’s Day- the beginning of a New Year. On New Year’s Eve (31 st December ) , many people stay up until midnight (12 o’clock at night) to welcome in the New Year. .
The 1st of January is New Year’s Day- the beginning of a New Year. On New Year’s Eve (31st December ) , many people stay up until midnight (12 o’clock at night) to welcome in the New Year.
New Years activities differ from household to household but generally, people celebrate by having a party or a meal with their loved ones. They remember the events of the previous year and look forward to the year ahead.
Read on to find out more about how children in Year 4 at Northcote Primary School celebrate New Year.
Firstly, many of us spring-clean our houses to get rid of anything from last year that we don’t need anymoreand create space for a fresh start.
Next, many of us spend time with our family and friends enjoying a meal, playing games or having a party.
When the clock strikes 12 o’clock, many of us take part in traditional activities. For example many of us gather together, join hands and sing the traditional New Year’s Eve song ‘Auld Lang Syne’. Some of us go out on to our streets, shout and cheer and wish our neighbours a Happy New Year.Many of us enjoy fireworkswhich signal the beginning of New Year. ‘
Click the link below to hear the song:
Finally, lots of us make New Year’s Resolutions on New Year’s Day. That means we make promises to make ourselves and our lives better this year.
II promise to keep my room tidy.
I promise to be nicer to my friends.