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I’m a huge fan of simple crafts for kids so for me this New Years Eve paper plate craft ticks all sorts of boxes – it’s made from a paper plate, which this time of year is the kind of thing I often have knocking around anyway, it’s got a slight educational slant promoting scissor skills and fine motor skills and most importantly it’s sparkly and looks pretty – surely a must for New Years Eve! These would make great decorations for an event too or spinning and playing with them should keep the kids busy for a bit.

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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 Eve crafts for toddlers all look like great fun.

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This easy firework craft is so simple and so good – perfect for New Years Eve or you could use it for the Fourth of July or Bonfire Night too! I’ll be sharing how you can adapt this craft so that it’s suitable for younger kids or older ones too as well as some more of our favourite crafts and activities for New Years Eve.

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You might not want to keep the kids up late for New Year but these New Years Eve activities for toddlers are loads of fun and a great way for them to get excited about the special day during the day time. There’s tons of fun activities for toddlers with crafts, sensory play ideas, colouring and even a simple New Years science experiment so there should be plenty enough to keep them busy and happy during the day and hopefully worn out enough for bed time too!

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I must admit that I originally planned these scrunched paper star craft as a New Years Eve activity but my daughter loved making them so much that we’ll probably use them for other times of the year too – after all stars are good for studying space, Fourth of July and of course Christmas too – you could just pop a bit of string through these and they’d be a great kid-made ornament. I’ve also included a free star template for you as it turns out drawing stars freehand was a lot trickier than I expected!

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