Things to Do on New Year’s Eve with Kids – Best Family Friendly New Year’s Eve Ideas

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Looking for the best things to do on New Year’s Eve with kids? Check out these best family-friendly New Year’s Eve ideas on AnastasiaBlogger.com.

15. Sparkling New Years Eve Cookies 

Add some sparkle to your New Years Eve party with these easy to make festive New Years Eve cookies! 

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14. DIY New Years Popper

The new year is almost here! Check out this fun DIY New Years Poppers that will be the perfect way to ring in the new year!

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13. Easy Fireworks Painting for Kids

New Years Eve is just around the corner, and we’ll be taking the kids to see the fireworks over Sydney Harbour for the first time. They are super excited! To prepare us for the visual onslaught, I thought we could do a little fireworks painting at home beforehand.

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12. New Year’s Eve Confetti Filled Sugar Cookies

How fun are these New Year’s Eve Confetti Filled Cookies I made for Ava and her friends this year?! They are festive and tasty and filled with edible confetti sprinkles.

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11. New Year’s Midnight Kisses Party Favor Craft + Printable

If you are, then chances are you are probably beginning to plan for it right now. I know we made it to the other side of Christmas. Don’t get me wrong it is still the holiday season, but now onwards to New Year’s and more holiday fun times.

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10. Clear Slime Recipe (No Borax) for New Year’s Eve

This clear slime recipe (no borax) is oh so satisfying. And since it’s perfectly clear, it’s the best choice for all the fun mix-ins you can think of!

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9. Rocking New Year Paper Plate Craft

If you are looking for a really simple New Year’s Eve craft to do with the kids then look no further. This Rocking New Year Paper Plate Craft is just the ticket!

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8. FREE Printable New Year’s Resolutions Activity Sheet for Kids

For all of us, both young and old, the start of a new year is a good  time to think about things we want to accomplish or things that we could improve upon.  That’s where New Year’s Resolutions come in.

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7. New Year’s Eve Party Popper Printables

It’s almost 2019 and if your like me you might be looking for last minute New Year’s Eve decorations. Printables are always easy for me to click, print, cut, and wrap. This New Year’s Eve Party Popper printable wrap around those confetti poppers. Hence, making it super simple to decorate for New Year’s Eve.

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6. New Year’s Eve Noisemaker Printables

When the clock ticks down and you just don’t make it to the store before all those cool party favors for New Year’s Eve are gone. We have a fix for you! These New Year’s Eve Noisemaker Printables will make any noisemaker into the perfect New Year’s Eve party favor!

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5. Orange Ginger Beer Sparkler 

This alcohol free orange ginger sparkler is made with ginger beer for a healthier twist on a mimosa. It’s perfect for kids at new year’s or anyone who’s abstaining from alcohol, and tastes surprisingly similar to a classic champagne mimosa.

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4. New Year’s Eve Bingo Game For Kids

New Year’s Eve bingo is the perfect way to keep the kids entertained while you’re waiting for the clock to strike midnight!

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3. New Years Eve Movies for Kids

I have searched on Netflix and on Amazon and finally was able to come up with this list.  So, this year when you are settling in for a New Year’s Eve Party with your friends, you can stock up on this New Year’s movies and let the kids have their own party in another area of the house.

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2. Fireworks In Oil & Water | Density Science Project For Kids 

New Years Eve is fast approaching, and in Sydney, that means lots of spectacular fireworks. So to help build excitement (and prepare for the sensory overload), the kids and I did this fun ‘fireworks in a jar’ science experiment at home.

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1. Winter Conversation Starters for Christmas & New Year Party

Do you want a lively conversation going at your Christmas gathering or New Year party? Try these printable conversation starter cards – suitable for kids and adults!

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