January Holidays
SMART Goals
Winter
Black History Month
Health
100

New Year’s is the time when many people traditionally make _____ to break bad habits or start good ones.

What are resolutions?

100

 An acronym for specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time bound.

What is SMART?

100

A snowflake contains how many points.

What is six?

100

This well-known author was recently put on the US Quarter.

Who is Maya Angelou?

100

A non-cancerous tumor in the uterus.

What are fibroids?

200

The year MLK day was marked a national holiday.

What is 1983?

200

One is more likely to attain a goal if the goal has a realistic _______.

What is a time-line? Or deadline?

200


A condition that refers to damage to body tissue caused by freezing.

What is Frostbite?

200

February chosen as Black History Month because it coincides with these famous people's birthdays. (Name one).

 

Who are Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglas?

200

This vitamin is very important for bone health and also helps regulate metabolism. 

What is Vitamin D?

300

The earliest known New Year celebrations took place in this ancient civilization: ______.  

 

What is Mesopotamia?

300

Keeping a journal has been found to boost immune system functioning and help anxiety. T/F

What is True?

300

The state when animals sleep during the winter.

What is Hibernation?

300

_____ v. _____ overturned the ban on interracial marriage in the US. Hint: Mildred & Richard

What is 

Loving v. Virgina 


300

True or false: Dry heat from a radiator can cause a cold or the flu.

What is False? Radiator heat can dry out your nasal passages and cause discomfort and nose bleeds, but it can’t cause a respiratory infection

400

What State was the first state to name Martin Luther King Day as a State Holiday in 1973.

What is Illinois?

400

True or false. To lose 20 pounds by next Friday through exercising and eating healthy is an example of SMART goal.

What is False?

400

The first Olympic Winter Games were held in this European country.

What is France?

400

The first American state to ban slavery.

What is Vermont?

400

A _________ stimulates your immune system to produce antibodies, like it would if you were exposed to the virus.

What is vaccine?

500

January is named after _____, the Roman God of new beginnings.

What is Janus

500

Which of these goals is specific?

  1. Lori will improve her math computation skills.
  2. Lori will practice her instrument.
  3. Lori will solve ten single digit multiplication problems.
  4. Lori will get along with her peers.

What is 3) Lori will solve ten single digit multiplication problems. 

500

This is the name of a play by William Shakespeare with "winter" in the title. 

What is "The Winter's Tale"?

500

The first black actress to win an Academy Award for Best Actress?

Who is Halle Berry? For Monster's Ball

500

Salmon, Beans and lentils are a rich source of _____.

What is protein?

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