New Year’s is coming and you’re looking for some fun crafts to keep the kids occupied.
I’ve got you covered! Here are some of the best happy New Year crafts for kids that are both fun and educational.
Not only will the kids have a great time making these crafts, but they’ll also learn about different cultures and how to celebrate New Year’s in different ways. Check the list of happy new year crafts for kids now and start crafting!
New Year’s Day is one of the most fun holidays to celebrate! Of course, it always falls on January 1. All around the world, people come together to celebrate by having lots of family time and plenty of delicious food – yum!
For many cultures, wearing special colors or accessories is important – like bright shades of red and gold in Chinese culture. Having concerts and parties with your friends is a great way to spend New Year’s Eve.
To spread luck over the entire year, some people believe in opening all the doors and windows at midnight as a way to ward off evil spirits for the upcoming year.
And don’t forget about fireworks – watching them will definitely make your New Year’s celebration extra special!
If you’re looking for some relaxing activities for your kids during the New Year, these kits will cover you! Start your kids’ New Year with color with these coloring activity kits. Your kids will definitely love coloring these pages.
Get this printable activity for your little one to do during new year’s eve. It’s a creative way to reflect on the things they’ve done or experienced this year and a chance to set their goals for the coming year.
We all know that toddlers get overwhelmed by loud sounds, and New Year is all about loud sounds. Help your toddler calm down by replacing fireworks with bubbles with this cute New Year's Eve bubble wand!
Confetti poppers are a huge thing during New Year, and what best way to get your kids involved in the big day is to get them to craft!
Now that you’ve seen our list of new year’s crafts for kids, it’s time to get crafty! Pick a project or two (or three!) and gather your supplies. Then sit down with your kids and enjoy some quality time together while creating something memorable.
We hope you have fun trying out these crafts and wish you all the best in the new year!