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Fun Ways To Celebrate Your New Year

Posted by  ·  December 31, 2016  ·  Last Updated: December 27, 2017

Here are five ways to celebrate your New Year.  Help kids record and remember their year, get organized for the near year. So many great ideas.  You might also enjoy these party appetizer recipes. We love this chocolate chip cheesecake dip.  If you are looking for something more savory this warm basil pesto cream cheese spread is really good.

Five Ways To Celebrate Your New Year

Free Printable 2017 Year In Review Sheet

Kids will love coloring this year in a review. You will love seeing them answer the questions.

2017 Year Review Graphic Organizer

Weekly Planner

This weekly planner is a great way to keep on track. Plan you whole week out.


Meal Planner

Make life easier this year with this weekly meal planning sheet. Need recipes? My site has almost an entire years worth of weekly meal planning recipes.


New Years Resolution Printable

Make your goals easy to accomplish and easy to see with this cute sheet.  Adults at your party will enjoy it too.

Here is also a Year In Review Sheet which works great for adults too.

You might also love my free printable 2018 calendar.  I think it turned out really cute this year.

2018 printabla calendar free

Filed Under: Celebrate, Happy New Year

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  1. kari
    Monday, January 1st, 2018
    I'm looking for a 2018 year in review sheet for kids. We've used them the last few years and LOVE them.

    Thank you!
  2. Abby
    Sunday, November 19th, 2017
    Hello! I am just curious to know if you might be creating a 2017 My Year in Review? I did it last year with my kids and would love to make this an annual tradition :) Thanks!