About Our Holiday Worksheets
These worksheets cover a wide range of subjects, including math, English, history, art, science, and social studies, but all with a holiday-themed twist. The worksheets can be used by students of all ages, with content varying to suit different grade levels and learning capabilities.
These worksheets include tasks like holiday-themed word problems in math, reading comprehension, writing prompts asking students to describe their family holiday traditions, coloring pages for younger students, history lessons about the origins and traditions of a holiday, or science experiments related to holiday themes.
They can help to reinforce knowledge and skills that students have learned throughout the year. For example, a teacher might use a holiday-themed crossword puzzle to review vocabulary words, or a holiday-themed quiz to review key concepts from a unit.
We have organized these worksheets by the month(s) in which they are observed or celebrated traditionally. Some of these holidays will be listed over several months based on how they are observed. If you would like them in alphabetic order, look at the left-hand navigation bar above.
A federal holiday in the United States that commemorates the birthday of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It is observed on the third Monday of January each year, which is around the time of King’s birthday, January 15.
This is a tradition in which people make a commitment to change or improve something about themselves or their lives at the start of a new year.
This is a celebration that takes place in most primary and elementary schools across North America. It revolves around the 100th day of the academic year, which is usually in late January or early February.
This annual celebration takes place in February in the United States, and in October in the United Kingdom and Canada. The focus is to acknowledge and honor the struggles and triumphs of Black people throughout history.
If the groundhog emerging from its burrow on this day sees its shadow due to clear weather, it will retreat to its den and winter will persist for six more weeks; if it does not see its shadow because of cloudiness, spring will arrive early.
Fat Tuesday has been celebrated as far back as ancient Roman times. It has evolved over time to become a celebration of food, music, and community.
Celebrated on the third Monday in February it was originally established in 1885 to commemorate the birthday of George Washington, the first President of the United States.
February 14th is traditionally a day to express love and affection towards romantic partners, but it is also celebrated as a day to appreciate friends and family.
March 8th is a day dedicated to celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, as well as calling for gender equality and women’s rights around the world.
This is an annual holiday celebrated on March 14th (3/14 in the American date format), which honors the mathematical constant pi which is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
This day of green is a cultural and religious holiday celebrated on the 17th of March each year.
Its arrival is marked by significantly warmer weather, the blooming of a variety of plants, and longer daylight hours, all of which are generally due to the increase in sunlight reaching the Earth’s surface in the temperate regions.
On the first day of every April, we go out of our way play lighthearted tricks and pranks on one another. You can often tell who is playing attention to calendar on this day.
A holiday dedicated to the planting and care of trees. The name derives from the Latin word “arbor,” meaning tree.
Celebrated worldwide on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection.
This Christian holiday commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter is a time of celebration, hope, and renewal, and is an important holiday for Christians around the world.
This is celebrated on April 2nd, which is also the birthday of the famous Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. The event was established by the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) in 1967 to promote children’s books and reading worldwide.
A month-long observance that celebrates the culture, traditions, history, and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States.
Literally meaning the 5th of May in Spanish, this holiday is celebrated in Mexico and many parts of the United States. It commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.
This day is for remembering and honoring persons who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.
It’s a day to appreciate and show gratitude to mothers for their endless sacrifice and unconditional love.
The day of the year that we celebrate dear old dad and fatherhood in general. Traditionally observed in the United States on the third Sunday of June.
On June 19th the United States Commemorates the end of slavery on this day. This recently was elevated to a National Holiday though it had been observed in other States for many years.
This day marks the turning point of the French Revolution. This national French holiday takes place annually on July 14th and serves as a symbol of unity and patriotism.
This is a holiday that we encourage teachers to celebrate with their students. It is celebrated at different times of the year based on where you are located. People typically spend time with their friends and show appreciation for their friendship.
This season of the year is typically characterized by cooler temperatures, shorter days, and the changing colors of leaves on trees.
This is a time to recognize and celebrate the contributions, cultures, and histories of Hispanic and Latino Americans. It is typically held from September 15th to October 15th.
On the first Monday of every September this holiday honors the contributions and achievements of American workers and the labor movement, and it also marks the unofficial end of the summer season.
This is the perfect theme for the start of the harvest season. There are so many language activities that you can include in your classes with this.
Commemorates the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the Americas on October 12, 1492. It’s traditionally observed on the second Monday in October.
The celebration has really evolved over the years. It all began we a Celtic tradition of wearing costumes to ward off ghosts.
Celebrates the history, culture, and contributions of Native American people and acknowledges their rich and diverse civilizations before and after the arrival of European settlers to the Americas.
Also known as Dia de los Muertos, this a Mexican holiday celebrated on November 1st and 2nd. It is believed that during this time, the spirits of the dead return to the world of the living to be with their families and loved ones.
One of the most important and vibrant festivals celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and some Buddhists around the world. It’s commonly known as the “Festival of Lights,” and it symbolizes the spiritual victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance.
A day for families and friends to get together for a special meal.
Celebrated on November 11th each year this a day to honor and thank military veterans who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces and defending the country.
This holiday originates from Christian Bible and is celebrated December 25th annually. Christmas is a time of joy and celebration, and it represents different things to different people.
An eight-day Jewish holiday that typically falls in late November to late December.
The seven-day annual celebration that honors African heritage in African-American culture.
The days are shorter, and the nights are longer, as the Earth’s axis is tilted away from the sun. This causes temperatures to drop, often resulting in snow, ice, and other winter weather conditions in many areas.