Family-Friendly New Year’s Party Ideas

On New Year’s Eve, we love to invite a few families over and celebrate together. We usually have a little dance party and play some games. Then at “midnight” — since we are in Phoenix, we can celebrate with the crowd in Time Square at 10pm our time, which is conveniently more doable for the kiddos — we throw confetti and drink sparkling cider floats. It’s a whole lot of fun!

Kid-Friendly & Stylish New Year's Party with lots of cute Free Printables at PagingSupermom.com #freeprintables #newyears #2014

This year we made a pin the hands on the clock game that I’m planning to play at our New Year’s Eve party. Download our free printable New Year’s Clock Game template if you and your family want to play too!

New-Years-Clock-Game 2

I love the free printable party hats we made for last year’s party, as well as a cute, clock fill-in worksheet.

Free Printable New Years Party Hats & Clock Worksheet at PagingSupermom.com

Free Printable New Years Party Hats at PagingSupermom.com

We’re also sharing a new version of the adorable New Year’s banner Aimee created last year, it has all the numbers 0-9 so you can use it to celebrate any year!

Banner-With-All-The-Numbers

We shared a bunch of New Year’s party ideas last year, and I just wanted to refresh your memory…

Want to try this New Year's Float drink recipe and lots of family-friendly New Year's Party ideas and free printable decor at PagingSupermom.com

Free Printable New Year's Party Decor via @PagingSupermom

How to make a New Year's Noisemaker Bell at PagingSupermom.com #kidscraft

How to make a New Year's Noisemaker Bell at PagingSupermom.com #kidscraft

Happy 2015!

:: Download our New Year’s Banner for All the Years
:: Download our Free Printable New Year’s Clock Game
:: Check out Last Year’s Post for lots more free printables!