New Year’s Eve Printable for Kids

Get ready to ring in the new year with the family, including the kiddos. It’s time to look back on 2017 and plan for a wonderful 2018! Give the kids this New Year’s Eve printable to fill out their best memories and resolutions.

New Year's Eve Printable for Kids | One Mama's Daily Drama for Busy Mom's Helper

Do you make a New Year’s resolution every year? How about your kids? I think it’s really important to set goals, no matter how old you are. As parents, we can help our kids choose goals that are realistic and also fun to accomplish.

Whether you let them stay up until midnight or not quite that late, this New Year’s Eve printable can be a fun family activity. Sit down together and talk about your memories from the year and what things you want to do or are looking forward to next year.

New Year's Eve Printable for Kids | One Mama's Daily Drama for Busy Mom's Helper

This printable is fun and would make a great keepsake.  The first section is a little “about me” to capture what your child loves now. The middle area includes three spaces for memories from the past year and at the end, there is space to make resolutions for next year.

I wanted to keep this simple and my kids really prefer to write with a prompt. I think making resolutions is hard for kids and adults when you don’t have guidelines. I mean, there’s so much you could do, right?

So I included little prompts on each line to get the kids started.

To print your New Year’s Eve page, click HERE.

New Year's Eve Printable for Kids | One Mama's Daily Drama for Busy Mom's Helper

Although I made this with elementary-aged kids in mind, I think older kids and adults will have fun with it too. I think it would be really fun to do these every year (so there’s no date on this printable!). I love being able to look back and ahead at the same time.

If you’re looking for something more goal-driven, this New Year’s goal printable is perfect for that. It has space to write in a single goal, plus everything you need to do to reach it. I think it goes really nicely with the New Year’s Eve printable for kids, if you want to use both.

How are you celebrating New Year’s Eve with your family?

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Keri is a freelance writer and blogger from Texas. She is a married mom of two and a big geek. On her blog, One Mama's Daily Drama, she shares crafts, recipes, printables, and ideas that help parents navigate the chaos of family life, one day at a time.

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