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New 12 months’s Interview for Children

December 20, 2022
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As the year comes to an end you plan to welcome the new year, it’s always fun to do a new year’s interview with your child. A special keepsake for years to come for you and your child.

Welcome the new year with this fun family tradition.

New Years Interview for Kids

New Year’s Interview for Your Kids

Here’s a printable new year’s interview which also includes a coloring sheet for 2023 and a 2023 word of the year printable. A way to capture the year-end with interview questions for kids.

Printable New Year Interview Questions

You can download this new years interview printable template to do with your child as the year comes to an end and we welcome 2023

It’s been quite a year for all of us as we’ve all learn to help our kids cope with the changes. I’m really looking forward to planning a special New Year’s Eve Party with my kids for our family. This new year’s interview will be one of the activities we’ll be doing on Decemeber 31st.

I’ve added several New Year’s Activities for kids here below for your to plan your own special New Year’s party for your family. It’s going to be a quiet one this year but sometimes those are the ones our kids remember, spending special time together.

New Years Interview for Kids

2023 New Year’s Coloring Sheet

We’ve included a 2023 New Year’s Coloring Sheet so that your child can have fun coloring the numbers for this new year. {DOWNLOAD HERE}

It also works as an art project using random materials to create a 2023 Collage Art Project .

Want more 2023 Coloring ideas, try these 2023 New Years Coloring Hats!

You can also make your own 2023 banner using your recycled wrapping paper. Little tip the shiny ones look pretty amazing.

Here’s how –>> DIY 2023 New Year’s Eve Banner

Word of the Year

Here’s a simple process to help you choose your word.

  1. Reflect – Look at years past and find an area of your life that you want to improve or make better.
  2. Visualize – Sit for a few minutes with your eyes closed and visualize what you want this next year to look like.
  3. Pick a Few Words – Look at a list of empowering words and pick one that is the best fit.
  4. Refine – With the words you chose, narrow it down to one or two that will be the easiest to stay focused on all year.
  5. Commit – Once you’ve gone through this process, commit to a word, write it down and see how it impacts your daily life!

Now it’s time to add it to the Word of the Year Printable. {Download}

new years eve activities for Kids

New Year’s Eve Activities for Kids

There are so many fun ways to celebrate the end of a year and welcome the new year. I put together a collection of my favorite New Year’s Activities for kids.

NEW YEAR’S COUNTDOWN TIP: You can do a countdown or midnight or even a countdown to noon for younger kids who may not make it to the ball drop.

New Year’s Sensory Play

New Year’s Eve Party Ideas with Kids

Snack Ideas for your New Year’s Eve Party

Year-End Interview Questions for Kids

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