New Years Eve Activities for Kids

Happy New Year! How are you planning on celebrating New Years Eve tonight? If you are looking to involve the kids in the celebrations take a look at our collection of New Years Eve activities for kids below. 


New Years Eve activities for kids. Includes firework activities, slime recipes, science experiments, sensory activities and family traditions.



Here are a few New Year celebration and firework themed activities which we have done over the years.  Hopefully you will find something fun to try this New Year. 



New Years Eve Activities for Kids


Click on the links below to see the instructions for lots of fun New Years Eve or celebration activities. 


Sparkly Silver Slime Recipe - Using just 4 ingredients this slime recipe is easy to mix up and it will be a huge hit with the kids young and old!


Painted Firework Toast - Paint fireworks on bread using our edible paint recipe and then enjoy eating your artwork.

Magic Milk Firework Experiment - Have a little science fun with this firework themed experiment.

Skittles Experiment - Another fun science activity that looks like fireworks exploding in the sky.

Playdough Fireworks - Mix up some playdough and add lots of sparkle and small parts. A perfect activity for toddlers and preschoolers.

Firework Biscuits - The fun is in the icing with these little tasty treats. 

Firework Sensory Bottle - Don't forget the baby! Firework themed sensory bottles are prefect for involving babies in the fun.


New Year Family Traditions


Don't forget the family traditions too!

Printable Interview Questions to ask the Kids - This is fun to do and makes a great keepsake if you do it year after year.

New Years Eve Memory Jar - use this activity as an opportunity to focus on your families hopes and dreams for the year ahead.


HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Wishing you and your families all the best for the year ahead. 

New Years Eve activities for kids. Includes firework activities, slime recipes, science experiments, sensory activities and family traditions.


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