20 Ways to Celebrate New Year's with Kids

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The Christmas rush is over, and now people everywhere are looking forward to the start of the New Year! I know I am, I have a million and one different ideas for 2015 just running around in my head. We typically think of New Year's as a holiday for adults, but kids like to get in on the fun just as much. That's why I am planning a big New Year's bash for the boys this year. Below you will find 20 ways to celebrate New Year's with Kids, I am going to be using some these fantastic ideas for our party this year.

New Year's Food Ideas for Kids

Homemade Cotton Candy

Idea from Cooking Books


Black and White Cheesecake Clock


New Year's Breadstick Dippers


New Year's Jello Jigglers


Snowman Cheese Ball


Kid's New Year's Cupcakes


Gummy Bear Mocktails



New Year's Crafts for Kids

Wishing Wands


Homemade Pop Rockets


Paper Bowl Noisemakers


New Year's Goat Craft 


Toddler Friendly New Year's Party Poppers


New Year's Glitter Playdough


Fireworks in a Jar


New Year's Activities for Kids

New Year's Resolution Activity Sheet

From JinxyKids

New Year's Balloon Countdown


New Year's Bingo Printable


New Year's Photo Memory Game


Kid's New Year's Celebration Kit


New Year's Photo Props


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5 comments

  1. Some great ideas and I will be having my 5 kids and my 2 nieces and nephew tonight alone so may have to figure some things out.

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  2. I love all these great ideas! The kids would enjoy these a lot. I will have to do some of these next year.

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  3. These are all unique and fun ideas to get the kids excited about the New Year. Some of these can be reinvented for things other then new years.

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  4. My grandsons didn't last long this New Years Eve, LOL. However, the Paper Bowl Noisemakers is such a cute idea that they would love to make, any time of year!

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  5. These are cool ideas! I will use some next year

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