New Years Eve is a funny one with kids, you want them to be excited about it and yet at the same time most of us don’t really want our kids up at midnight to celebrate the new year! Doing some crafts and activities with your kids during the day or in the lead up is a good way to share the excitement with them without having to cope with a late night We love sharing crafts for toddlers and these New Years crafts for toddlers all look like great fun.
New Years Eve Crafts for Toddlers
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Toddlers will need a grown up to cut this paper plate twirler but they could certainly paint the paper plate themselves and adding the stickers would be great for fine motor skills.
This simple firework craft for kids is easily adaptable for toddlers and is a great excuse for discussing different shapes with them.
Toddlers can colour in this New Years Eve printable year in review and you can fill out all about their year for them, this would be a lovely one to keep and look back on in future years too!
These spin drums from No Time for Flashcards would be good fun to paint and play with.
Practice some easy scissor skills with these cupcake liner fireworks from A Little Pinch of Perfect.
These bubble wands for New Years Eve are a great idea and an awful lot quieter than fireworks, Red Ted Art shares a great tutorial to show you how to make them.
Scrunched tissue paper is a great sensory material to work with and this star craft is really good fun to make.
This sparkly firework craft looks lovely and as it’s a handprint one it would make a good keepsake too.
Make some cute silver bells to ring in the new year.
Print off some New Years Eve party hats and get your toddler to decorate them
Make a paper plate New Years Eve countdown ball like this one from J Daniel 4’s Mom.
I think these shaving cream fireworks were originally posted as a Fourth of July craft but all you would need to do is change up the colours to use it for New Year (although red and blue work for any time of year really!)
More Crafts For Toddlers
After more seasonal crafts? Check out our round up of winter crafts for toddlers
You’ll find all of our crafts for toddlers here with loads of easy ideas you and your kids will love.