Posts Tagged "new year’s"

New Year’s Firework Craft Cards for Kids to Create

Send a special New Year's greeting to friends and family with a homemade card. Your creative kiddo can break out the paints, crayons and more to craft this card, making a fireworks-themed work of art to celebrate 2020! Read on for the easy how-to steps your child can follow. Art Materials Needed to Make the Cards 8x10-inch card stock paper Tempera paints Paintbrushes Toothpicks Crayons or markers How-to Art-Making Steps Fold the card stock paper in half to make a card. Your child can create a book-style card or one that looks like a tent. Paint a New Year's Eve...

New Year’s Banner Art Activity for Kids

Are you looking for a New Year's Eve craft for the kids? If you need a project to keep your children busy during a holiday party or as the evening events approach, take a look at how you can get crafty, help the kids to get creative and spend a fun-filled holiday day making festive decorations! This New Year's banner art activity is perfect for kids in preschool and up. Art Materials You'll Need Card stock paper (choose a few different colors or use paper with a metallic sheen) Markers A hole punch Ribbon or yarn Scissors Clear-drying school glue...

New Year’s Foods for Good Luck

Start the New Year of right with a "good luck" meal! Some foods are symbols of good luck—especially when it comes to the New Year's Eve and New Year's Day holidays. If you're looking for a few good luck foods, check out these family-friendly options. Lentils With a shape that's believed to look like Roman coins, lentils are a symbol of wealth and prosperity for the New Year. Cook the lentils, let them cool and add them to a festive holiday day salad. Mix the lentils with greens (which are also a lucky New Year's food), add raisins or dried...

Glitter New Year’s Crafts for Kids

New Year's and glitter go hand-in-hand. Whether you're tossing glitter-coated confetti at midnight or decking out the house sparkling decor, New Year's Eve is the perfect time to add an extra shine! How can you use sparkles in a crafty way during the holiday season? Check out these glitter-filled kids' activities for New Year's. Glitter Balloons Decorate your home with sparkling balloons. Blow up a few balloons. To add an extra shine, use metallic silver or gold hues. Paint the inflated balloons with a wash of clear-drying school glue. Don't worry about covering the entire balloon — that is, unless...

Kids’ New Year’s Resolution Craft

What are your New Year’s resolutions? What are your child’s? Talk to your kiddo about what a resolution is and help them to make a cute craft that features this holiday tradition. This activity is easy to adapt for children of all ages. If you have a very young child, you’ll need to do the writing (your child can trace over the letters). If your child is older, they can take over and complete the craft themselves. Materials You’ll Need Poster board Markers or crayons How-to Instructions Discuss New Year’s resolutions. Ask your child to tell you what they think...