Are you still thinking of fun ways to make this New Year’s Eve special and memorable for your child? There are plenty of fun activities that your child will love and enjoy. You just have to plan everything well in advance to make your New Year’s Eve Party more enjoyable for your child. A theme party, dancing to your favorite playlist, fun, food and fireworks will make the New Year Eve with your toddlers or preschoolers more special.
Read on to learn about 6 fun-filled ways to celebrate the New Year’s Eve with your children:
- Fun Food
You can make confetti filled cookies and cupcakes with your children. A family dinner on the New Year’s Eve will also be equally special for your children.
- Party Hats
Party hats are easy to make and will be a great hit at your New Year’s Eve bash. Your child will love to ring in the New Year in style wearing these fun hats.
Fireworks are a part of tradition in celebrating the new year eve. Make fireworks cookies, rings or other crafts that your child will love.
- Get Fancy
Ask everyone to get dressed up in their fanciest clothes in the party. Your child will love to see everyone decked up and enjoy the night to the fullest.
- Dance Party
Let your child wear their dancing shoes to enjoy the special event. It will be great if you could make a playlist out of your child’s favorite music and enjoy dancing with them on the best tunes.
Take some time to reflect what was great in the last year. You can also spend New Year’s Eve scrap-booking and checking out photos in the albums. Reminisce and share your vision for the New Year together as a family.
Here you can find some more good ways to celebrate the New Year’s Eve with your child:
- Wishing Wall or Tree
Make a wishing wall or tree, filled with wishes for the upcoming year. Children can jot down or draw their wishes, on colored pieces of paper and also get them to welcome the New Year!
- Desserts for All
Cover a table with paper and place some sprinkles on it near a bowl of melted chocolate. Allow the children to roll ice-cream sugar cone first into the chocolate and then in the sprinkles.
- Countdowns Surprise
Write the time on a few balloons and pop one each at an interval of every 30 minutes or an hour to increase anticipation. Also, arrange for simple goody bags filled with toys, candy, small puzzles that the children can uncover at set intervals.
- Find the Clock
Hide various clocks after setting them all to ring simultaneously. Once the alarm sets off, the children have to discover them all and put them off within 10 seconds.
Have fun making plans for a fantastic New Year’s Eve with your toddler or preschooler!
Blog Updated On: 26-December-2017