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
- Discuss New Year’s resolutions. Ask your child to tell you what they think a resolution is. If they have no response, give them a simple definition. Provide plenty of examples that are easy to understand, such as jogging more or eating more fruit and less candy.
- List a few different resolutions. If your child is struggling to start, create categories. These might include school, exercise/physical activities, chores, behavior or new things to try.
- Write the top three resolutions onto the poster board. Leave room next to or under each one. Again, you will need to write these out for your younger child. But they can trace over the letters with a marker or crayon later.
- Have your child draw a picture of each resolution next to or under the words.