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Check out this selection of New Years preschool crafts that are sure to engage your little ones during the holiday festivities.
Whether you’re hosting a preschool New Year’s party or you’re looking for a quiet activity to do with your little ones, you’ll find some inspiration for the kids for this New Year’s Eve on the list below.
New Years Preschool Crafts
Each of these crafts is designed with little ones in mind. You can choose to fill New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day with crafting sessions, or you can make these crafts ahead of time in anticipation of the holiday.
This party popper craft is so quick and easy to make, it really doesn’t matter if you don’t hang on to it. The best bit about these party poppers, is that they really POP and you can make them as messy or tidy as you like. Red Ted Art
Whether your kids will be staying up until midnight or not, they can still celebrate the New Year with these fun New Year’s Party Hats! Kids will love this fun and creative way to ring in the New Year! Artsy Craftsy Mom
These paper fortune cookies are perfect for kids to help make during the days off between Christmas and New Year’s Eve. The craft is super simple and needs barely any supplies, yet making these fun fortune cookies can keep the kids busy for hours. Crayons and Cravings
This rocking paper plate New Year Craft is really easy to make and fun for kids of all ages. They’ll enjoy the word play and making their craft rock from side to side. Kids Craft Room
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT THE NEW YEAR
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about the new year. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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New Year’s Day for Cats – Cat tells readers why this New Year is something to cherish as he journeys through the cityscape of “Meow Square.” This book has a rhyming style that is sure to engage young readers. This book is perfect for holiday read alouds and storytimes.
The Night Before New Year’s – It’s the night before New Year’s, and the whole family is determined to stay up until midnight! Everyone’s stocked up on sparkly streamers and festive party hats, but after a night filled with card games and too many cupcakes, the little ones are getting sleepy. . . Can they make it until the clock strikes twelve?
Shante Keys and the New Year’s Peas – Shanté Keys loves New Year’s Day! But while Grandma fixed chitlins, baked ham, greens, and cornbread, she forgot the black-eyed peas! Oh no―it’ll be bad luck without them! So Shanté sets out to borrow some from the neighbors.