Super Fun New Year’s Eve Party Ideas for Kids

New Year's Eve party ideas for kids from Babble.com

As a kid, I always looked forward to New Year’s Eve, namely because my grandmother always hosted the best party for us kids. While our parents were all out enjoying the festivities, my grandmother would load all of us grandkids into her house for a big New Year’s Eve bash. It never failed to be a highlight of the season for me! From the party hats to the noise makers to the sparkling grape juice served in real grown-up champagne coupes, she had every detail covered. So today, I am channeling the entertaining queen that was my grandmother and bringing you ten super fun New Year’s Eve party ideas just for kids!

  • 2013 1 of 10
    Set the tone of the party and welcome 2013 with these cool printable 3D numbers!
    Download at Basic Grey.
  • DIY Noise Makers 2 of 10
    No New Year's Eve is complete without the requisite noise makers. I love these, made from sheets of shiny mylar!
    Get the how-to from The Knotty Bride.
  • DIY Party Hats 3 of 10
    Start the evening by getting the kids in on the action of making their own party hats! These are made from kraft paper, markers and pipe cleaners.
    Get the how-to from Salsa Pie.
  • Printable Bunting 4 of 10
    Get the little ones in the celebratory mood with this darling printable New Year's Eve bunting!
    Download it from Paper Muse Press.
  • Paper Fan Clocks 5 of 10
    An easy project that will get the countdown rockin', whip up a few of these paper fan clocks!
    Get the how-to from Fiskars.
  • Sparkling Mocktail Punch 6 of 10
    For easy grown-up inspired toasts, whip up a batch of this sparkling mocktail punch! Serve it in those little plastic champagne glasses to make the kids feel super special.
    Get the how-to from HGTV.
  • New Years Resolutions 7 of 10
    While waiting for the ball to fall, get the kids to write up their New Year's resolutions and record some of their favorites from 2012. This printable sheet can then be kept and become a keepsake for years to come!
    Download at One Charming Party.
  • Countdown Cupcakes 8 of 10
    Celebrate the occasion with these cool countdown cupcakes, topped with festive paper clocks!
    Get the how-to from Fiskars.
  • Confetti Surprise Jars 9 of 10
    Make up one of these awesome confetti surprise jars for each kid! The glitter can be tossed at midnight, leaving behind a treat for each little party guest.
    Get the how-to from Studio DIY.
  • Milk + Cookies Toast 10 of 10
    At midnight, make a toast with kids in mind - milk shooters topped with homemade chocolate chip cookies!
    Photo via The Sweetest Occasion.


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