The beginning of a New Year is that wonderful time when you feel compelled to start new and fresh and make the coming twelve months even better than the last. But first, we have to say goodbye to the current year!
Here, you’ll find fun New Year’s Eve party games, celebratory trinkets, meaningful reflection activities and other New Year Printables to help finish this year in grand style. You’ll also find planning guides and worksheets that will be helpful in all areas of your life. There are money saving challenges along with goal setting worksheets for both individual and family goals.
This collection of fun activities and helpful printables will inspire you this year and make new and improved goals and decisions for the coming year. Let’s make it a Happy New Year!
🎉 Party Poppers
This adorable New Year party favor looks just like a firecracker! They’re made from toilet paper rolls, metallic tissue paper, and whatever yummy treats you’d like to fill them with. You’ll want to make plenty of these so your guests can grab more than one, especially if you fill them with chocolate! If you do, invite me over!
New Years Eve Party Poppers by Crayons And Cravings
🎊 New Years Eve Party Games
Take a look back over the past year and see how much you remember by playing these fun trivia games.
It is perfect for New Years Eve party games. There are four different games to choose from including news and pop culture. You can use the questions as they are, or let them inspire you to write up your own!
Let’s see how much you remember from the past year! I did not do nearly as well as I thought I would!
Best New Years Eve Games by Play Party Plan
🎈 Pop the Confetti Fruity Pebbles
Celebrate with this cute and colorful way to dress-up New Years party treats to look just like confetti. Grab a box or two of Fruity Pebbles and use it to decorate party cupcakes, cereal-confetti-rimmed punch cups, and anything else you can think of. Tasty, crunchy, and sweet, this fruity cereal brings out the kid in all of us!
Pop the Confetti New Years Eve for Kids by Play Party Plan
🎆 Noon Year Party
If you want to celebrate the New Year but can’t stay up until midnight (especially with kids), this Noon Year’s Eve Party idea might be perfect for you. Throwing your big party at noon means that you get to spend all the time you want celebrating, and still hit the sack by a normal bedtime. After all, sleep is worth celebrating, too!
Throw a Noon Year’s Eve Party by Elvam Design
🍾 Printable Year in Review
What better time to take a look back and see how far you’ve come than when one year ends and a new one is about to begin?
This year-in-review printable is a wonderful way for kids (as well as adults) to have a chance to reminisce and think about all that has been experienced and achieved during the past year.
Printable Year in Review by Wonder Mom Wannabe
🎲 Printable New Years Bingo
Keep the kids (and maybe even a few adults!) busy creating these fun bingo game cards. Everything you need to create these New Years bingo cards is right here in this free printable.
Pretty, colorful and on point for New Years, this is a fun project and game that everyone can enjoy.
Printable New Years Bingo by Artsy Fartsy Mama
😉 Printable Reflection Questions
This free printable reflection questions are the perfect way to share all the things that made the past year so special. Print these little cards out on card stock, cut them, and place them in a bowl or jar for your family or party guests to choose from and answer. Find out who was really paying attention!
Printable New Years Eve Reflection Questions by Artsy Fartsy Mama
🕒 Eight Ideas for Kids and Families
Celebrate New Years as a family with these eight fun party ideas. Compete with word search puzzles, mazes, and bingo, create a family time capsule, and more. These awesome activities will make it a New Year’s your family will always remember!
New Years Eve Ideas for Kids and Families by Simple Everyday Mom
🐈 Resolution for Kindness Printables
When helping your children learn about making New Year’s resolutions, these free printables will keep them focused on how they can show kindness in the coming year. Help them brainstorm ideas around showing kindness to their family, friends and classmates.
New Years Resolution for Kids to Be Kinder by Coffee And Carpool
🙌 New Years Eve Quotes Printable
Each year, we get the opportunity to make a new beginning, and these Happy New Year quotes will help.
Inspiring and empowering, print out these quotes and hang them up where you will see them. Let these reminders help keep you moving forward into a better and more peaceful New Year.
New Years Eve Quotes Printable by Snappy Gourmet
🥳 Party Favors
These colorful and bright party favors are a fun way to celebrate the New Year. You’ll need a little confetti, favor bags, and noisemakers. Let the kids get in on the action by helping you make these. What can be more fun than confetti and noisemakers? 😆
New Years Eve Party Favors by Hunny I’m Home DIY
🥂 Magic Wands
There is something magical about the beginning of a brand new year, and no one is more aware of that than kids. These adorable magic wands are always a favorite party gift for kids, but be sure to make a few extra. There are always a few adults who want them, too! Pick me!
New Years Eve Wand Craft by Projects With Kids
💵 How to Save Money in the New Year
If you’d like to easily save over $1,300 this year, check out this money challenge.
The easy-to-use printable will show you exactly how much you need to put aside each week to meet that goal. There are several ways to approach it, and all are do-able.
Get the whole family in and I bet you’ll accomplish your goal.
52 Week Money Challenge for the New Year by Savory And Savvy
⏱️ 90 Day Financial Goals Worksheet
Large overarching goals can be intimidating, so choosing smaller more attainable goals, like those you can achieve in 90 days, usually results in a more workable plan.
Use this free worksheet to help you create manageable goals in all areas of your life, or at least in those you know need the most attention going into this new year.
Its amazing what can happen when you write down your goals!
Why You Should Have 90 Day Financial Goals by Small Stuff Counts
👨👩👧👦 Family Goals Printable
There’s no better way to teach your kids about goal setting and cooperation within a family unit than to let them help with the actual planning process.
These free printable worksheets will help guide your family through a 90 day action plan, complete with questions to review how you’ve done at the end of that quarter.
You can apply what you’ve learned during the next 90 day cycle of planning.
Family Goal Setting Printable by Bitz N Giggles
😊 Seven Habit Forming Tips Printable
If you’re having trouble letting go of a habit that you know no longer serves you in a positive way, check out this easy-to-use habit tracker to keep you focused and motivated. You’ll also learn how and why it’s seemingly difficult to form new habits. Understand this, and you’re well on your way to breaking those old habits and creating new and helpful ones!
7 Tips for Forming a New Habit by Small Stuff Counts
💲 Penny Challenge and Free Printable Checklist
Possibly one of the most fun and profitable ways to save money is to try this penny challenge! Adults as well as kids can get in on the fun and by the end of the year, you’ll have almost $700 in pennies to show for it. Win-win! There’s a free printable to help you mark off your daily penny findings. Gotta say it: a penny saved is a penny earned!
10 Ways to Win the Penny Challenge by Savor And Savvy
However you choose to spend your New Year, we wish you and yours all the best! Thank you for stopping by!
Ginny Collins is a passionate foodie and recipe creator of Savor and Savvy and Kitchenlaughter. Indoors she focuses on easy, quick recipes for busy families and kitchen basics. Outdoors, she focuses on backyard grilling and smoking to bring family and friends together. She is a lifelong learner who is always taking cooking classes on her travels overseas and stateside. Her work has been featured on MSN, Parade, Fox News, Yahoo, Cosmopolitan, Elle, and many local news outlets. She lives in Florida where you will find her outside on the water in her kayak, riding her bike on trails, and planning her next overseas adventure.