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New Year’s Eve Activities with Kids

We’re in the final countdown to 2015 – can you believe it? Before you know it, we’ll be up all night partying with family and friends and yelling out “3… 2…. 1… Happy New Year!” I really enjoy celebrating on New Year’s Eve, but getting the kids involved is a bit more tricky. Here are New Year’s Eve activities with kids to help them get involved in the end of the year festivities.

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You can easily pin this post to save this fun list of ideas to come back to year after year. Let’s get started!

12 New Year’s Eve Activities with Kids

snowman hot cocoa stirrers

Snowman Hot Cocoa Stirrers | Sunny with a Chance of Sprinkles

New Year’s Wishing Wand | One Artsy Mama

Easy-maracas

Easy Maracas Craft for Kids | A Mom’s Take

Sparkling Jello Push Pops | Modern Parents Messy Kids

FREE Printable New Year’s Resolutions Activity Sheet for Kids | Jinxy Kids

Happy-New-Year-Marshmallow-Pops

Happy New Year Marshmallow Pops | A Mitten Full of Savings

Making a Time Capsule | Robyn’s Online World

DIY-Confetti-Filled-Party-Poppers-4

Easy DIY: New Year’s Eve Poppers (Toddler-Friendly) | Spaceships and Laser Beams

DIY New Year’s Eve Noise Makers Craft | The Adventures of J-Man and Millerbug

DIY-Party-Hat-and-Blower

New Year’s Eve DIY Party Hat & Blower | A Mom’s Take

How To Make Party Poppers! | Practically Functional

New Year’s Eve Shakers | This Mama Loves

 

My kids always love to celebrate the holidays by creating a fun craft and making yummy snacks with me before the party that they can show off to the guests as they arrive. The party hats and blower are always a hit and we can wait to try the DIY party poppers this year! Which of these fun New Year’s Eve activities will your family try first? Give some a try this year!

What are your favorite New Year’s Eve activities with kids?

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Grace Hodgin

Tuesday 30th of December 2014

Such fun projects and what a great way to build the excitement for the coming new year. Love those snowman stirs.

Jeannette

Tuesday 30th of December 2014

This is a great roundup and there are so many fun ideas on it! I'm sure we'll be trying out one or two tomorrow night!

Mama to 5 BLessings

Tuesday 30th of December 2014

What cute ideas! Love the snowmen best. We do fondue night on New Years Eve - the only time of the year we do it - the kids love it!

Ashleigh Walls

Tuesday 30th of December 2014

My son is finally old enough to understand New Year's celebrations and we LOVE making crafts. I think those maracas look like a great project for him he loves music.

Janell Poulette

Tuesday 30th of December 2014

I needed this list! We are having a party tomorrow and I haven't started to paln!

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