March 26 is Make Up Your Own Holiday Day. Yep. Because there is a Day for everything 🙂
G has already decided his made-up holiday would be about him. He’ll get presents and have cake. It’s a lot like his birthday, which is fine with him because that means he’d get two birthdays this month.
G is starting to write (OMG!) and every week he brings home a story summary where he draws pictures of the events that happen in the book his teacher read. I was inspired by those to create a worksheet for kids to describe their own made-up holiday using words and/or pictures to answer the following questions:
- What is your holiday called?
- What do you celebrate?
- What food do you eat?
- What traditions does your holiday have?
The worksheet is available to download just in time for Make Up Your Own Holiday next week!
A thing about my printables:
This worksheet is 8.5×11 inches. If you’d like to use this for yourself, feel free to download it and print a few out. But please….
- This printable is for PERSONAL USE ONLY
- You MAY NOT re-sell, redistribute, or claim the original as your own
- If you post this on the internet, please give credit to Muddy Boots and Diamonds & link back to this specific post so others can obtain the resource.
- I’d love to see how you use this worksheet! Please feel free to tag me (Twitter: @bootsndiamonds or IG: @muddybootsndiamonds) when sharing your photos!
Are you going to make up your own holiday? What will it be? How will you celebrate?