Even though we just finished up with a whirlwind of holidays, did you know that there are a ton of January Themes to get ready and prepared for in the New Year? These fun winter themes are a great way to find something to celebrate and learn about each and every day.
You might like to use these themes to plan out your upcoming learning themes, holidays, and activities so you and your children can get excited about all the upcoming days!
January Themes, Holidays and Activities
While Christmas might still be fresh on your brain, it’s time to switch gears and think about all the fun Winter Theme ideas that are waiting to be explored.
One of the best ways to get excited about the upcoming days is to give your children and you something to get excited about together. These preschool themes are fun, engaging, and certain to strike a chord or two of creativity.
Here I’m focusing on January themes for preschoolers through adults, and it includes several calendar observances and fun themes for winter.
Winter Theme Ideas
One of the best ways to get into the holiday spirit is to celebrate some of the January holidays. There are plenty of fun and festive holidays to choose from, so you can find one that fits your personality and interests.
Here are a few of our favorites:
What fun and special holidays are in January?
January 1: New Year’s Day
January 3: JRR Tolkien Day
January 4: National Spaghetti Day
January 5: National Bird Day
January 6: National Cuddle Day
January 6: Three Kings Day
January 8: Elvis Presley’s Birthday
January 9: National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
January 12: Kiss a Ginger Day
January 14: National Dress Up Your Pet Day
January 15: Martin Luther King’s Birthday: This holiday celebrates the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr., a civil rights leader who fought for equality and justice for all Americans.
January 20: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
January 19: National Penguin Day
January 22: Celebration of Life Day
January 25: Chinese New Year: The Chinese New Year is celebrated in January or February based on the lunar calendar. It’s a time of celebration and family gatherings and is considered to be the most important holiday in China.
January 27: International Holocaust Remembrance Day
January 28: National Lego Day
Mardi Gras: Mardi Gras is a festive carnival
Who knew that there were so many different fun holidays to celebrate in January?!
January is the time of year where we set new goals and resolutions for ourselves. It’s a time to reflect on what we want to do better, improve upon, or accomplish in the upcoming year.
It’s also a great time to think about how you can make improvements around your home or workplace with little effort. So if you want to add a little more excitement to your year, check out these winter themes and fun holiday’s to enjoy.
January Books for Kids
January Themes for Preschool
If you are looking for great themes for the month of January, here is a list of preschool theme ideas that everyone will love.
January Calendar Themes
You can even have calendar themes for the month of January as well. Some ideas could be:
What do you think about these monthly themes? Do you have ideas that we could add to the list? Feel free to share a comment with us and let us know your favorite January themes.
Activities and Printables
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