New Year’s Eve
Stumped on family-friendly New Year’s ideas that are fun for everyone? We have you covered! Ring in the New Year in style with these craft ideas. Get funcational with these New Year’s-themed activities and worksheets. Make New Year’s resolutions with your child. Plus, check out our set of party ideas.
New Year's Crafts
Create a festive New Year's headband with your child this holiday season, a great way to ring in the new year!
Though they most likely won't be staying up until midnight, let the little ones have some of their own fun on New Year's by making these crafty noisemakers.
Every day can be Chinese New Year with a dancing dragon that your child can make at home.
Tuck confetti and tiny messages inside balloons, then blow them up and hand them out to everyone, along with a toothpick for popping!
New Year's Activities
Help your child visualize her goals for the new year by creating a self-portrait that represents all of the amazing things she's done this past year.
Are you looking for a new way to help your fourth grader celebrate New Year's Day? She'll love getting the whole family in on the fun to create a "Flashback Book!"
Making a calendar is a great activity to prepare your family for the coming year! It gives your child an opportunity to reflect over the past year and to make plans for his ...
Have a little educational fun with your fourth grade mathematician, and take our "New Year Calculation Challenge"!
New Year's Party Ideas
With friendship bracelets, facials, fortunes, and fondue, this slumber party will be a great kick-off to the new year.
Are you looking for a way to enjoy New Year's Eve festivities with your family, minus the tipsy champagne-and-party hat environment?
On New Year's Eve, German children eat marzipan animals and play this wax fortune telling game. Inspire your child to explore a unique cultural practice, and determine her ...
Make mocktails with your kids this New Year's to them involved in the celebration! These tasty beverages are sure to be a crowd pleaser, for kids and adults alike!
Making New Year's Resolutions
This year, why not consider having your kids join you in making New Year resolutions? Here's how:
Consider starting the new year off right with a "Slow Down the Family" resolution.
Traditions work to tie families together and create a sense of continuity. Need some ideas to get you started?
Happy New Year! The start of a new year is a time to make improvements, and to set some good goals for yourself. Get a head start with this template.
Great Holiday Reads
Based on the best-selling PBS program, this book follows Caillou as he discovers the holiday customs of other little boys and girls from around the globe. Perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners.
When the first snow falls, snow women, snow men and snow children come out for a special party. Children will delight in the lively illustrations that help to tell this magical story. Perfect for beginning readers in first and second grade.
This simple retelling of the Hanukkah story brings the holiday to life for children ages kindergarten through second grade. It features colorful, step-page illustration of the Temple of Jerusalem.
This little book manages to parody the notion of the holiday miracle, without dampening the joviality of the season. Engaging, clever and laugh out loud funny, this is a great holiday read for kids and adults of all ages.