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Saturday, April 20, 2024

New Years Eve for Kids


While many think of New Years as an adult holiday it can also be a great time to include children in the festivities! Most kids can’t stay up until midnight, but the holiday can be modified to include them.

Start the countdown early If your children are not going to make it until midnight stage a mock midnight at an earlier hour! This allows them to experience the excitement of the countdown without losing out on sleep or reaching the point where they are too restless to enjoy.

Have Your Own Balloon Drop Suspend a net from the ceiling with balloons in it just waiting for the cue to fly around the room!

Make some noise Set all the alarms you can find, beat on drums, toot a horn, stomp your feet- welcome the new year as noisily as possible. Perfect for those children that just want to be loud. Then silence the alarms and start the wind down for bed time!

Give a Toast Of course little ones can’t have alcohol, but this holiday could be a fun time for them to experience sparkling apple juice or grape juice. Allow them to take turns toasting to the new year.

Dress Up Who says you have to be going out on the town to don your fanciest duds? Dressing to the nines can be a fun experience for kids of all ages. An alternative would be to dress in comfy pajamas together, bring in the new year in cozy style!

Whether at home with children or out with friends or a combination; seeing 2023 end and 2024 begin is something we are all looking forward to! Have some fun with your family and allow everyone to participate in the change this year!

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Madison VanRavensway
Madison VanRavensway
Don't let her quiet nature fool you. Madison is a force to be reckoned with in the outdoors, or creating amazing recipes from scratch.
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