Posts Tagged "new year’s eve"

4 Kid-Friendly New Year’s Mocktails

You celebrate New Year’s Eve with a champagne toast as the clock strikes midnight. But now that you’re a parent, you need to come up with creative ways to dial down your partying ways. That means replacing the midnight champagne toast with a noon New Year’s mocktail version. That is, for the kids. Instead of sticking with the same old bubbly grape juice, check out these non-alcoholic mocktails! Kid-Friendly Champagne This drink has absolutely no real champagne in it at all. Instead, mix ginger ale and white grape juice in equal parts. Dress the drink up by adding a splash...

6 Ways to Celebrate New Year’s from Around the World

Fireworks, champagne and a midnight toast are your favorite ways of celebrating New Year’s Eve. The next day you gather with family, have a festive brunch and relax. But this isn’t how everyone celebrates the New Year’s holiday. Check out how different groups of people around the world mark the beginning of the new year. Brazil People in Brazil mark the New Year by eating lentils. Why? Aside from the taste factor, they symbolize good financial fortune. Spain In Spain they don’t eat lentil on the New Year. Instead, they eat grapes. That is, they eat 12 grapes at midnight....

Last Minute New Year’s Eve Activities for Kids

Christmas is over and New Year’s Eve is almost here! You’ve planned a family-friendly party, inviting all of your friends and their kids. The menu is set, you’ve bought all the food and you’ve stocked the fridge with plenty of champagne (for the adults only, of course). But, you’re short on holiday activities for the kids. Now what? Check out these last minute New Year’s kids’ crafts. Party Poppers All you need for this one is an empty push pup (wash and dry it first), confetti, tissue paper and a glue stick. If you don’t happen to have confetti on...

New Year’s Eve Kids’ Mocktail Drinks

While the adults are supping on champagne for New Year’s Eve, what delicious drink are the kids getting? Celebrate the New Year’s holiday with a “mocktail” or two! These are kid-friendly drinks that are completely non-alcoholic. They’re more festive than the typical glass of water or cup of juice, but tasty enough for your child to love. Shirley Temple Ah, the old childhood favorite. You can’t get more classic than this one when it comes to mocktails. Add 1 ½ tablespoons of grenadine syrup to ¼ cup of your child’ favorite lemon-lime soda (multiple the recipe to make more). You...

New Year’s Eve Kids’ Crown Craft

Celebrate New Year’s Eve with a festive kids’ craft! Your child may not make it until midnight, but she can get festive earlier on in the evening with a sparkling glitter crown. New Year’s is a holiday that’s all about excitement. There are fireworks, party poppers and confetti everywhere. Help your little one get into the celebratory mood with her very own crown – that is coated in glitter! Add the year to make it a crafty keepsake. Materials: Construction paper Scissors Clear-drying school glue Glitter A pencil Clear tape Instructions: Turn the paper horizontally. Draw the spikes of the...

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