By FactsWow Team
Posted on: 28 Dec, 2022
You can experience the excitement of a New Year's Eve countdown, without the brutal bedtime, by streaming the ball drop of a city in a major city that isn't your own.
Keeping it simple by cueing your kids' favorite characters is a good alternative to Ryan Seacrest or live big-city countdowns.
Simple backdrops can be created by buying a roll of craft paper that kids can customize with glitter, pompoms, gold lettering, or anything else they like.
When our kids were tiny, we remember celebrating New Year's Eve just before nap. When they got older, we agreed that 'It's midnight somewhere' was the best approach.
Kids change so much from year to year! Let them plan a dinner menu based on their favorite things. New Year's Eve is a night to reflect on the year that has passed.
Credits: The Bash
Make your party feel like a night out, even though you're not going out. If you provide your guests with cute New Year's crowns, they'll feel like royalty.
Credits: Better Homes & Gardens
Every party is complete with some noisemakers. These are festive black and gold and fit the party theme perfectly.
Year Cheer's New Year's Eve boxes have all sorts of family games, activities, and decor so that you can create beautiful and lasting family memories.
Credits: USA Today
You can invest in a bubble machine and inexpensive dance floor lights to set the mood
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If your little one wants to party but isn't quite ready to sit through a full-length film, Happy New Year Charlie Brown is just for them.
Project your movie or countdown onto the wall instead of cramming everyone on the couch to watch it - it will make it a fun event that all the guests will enjoy.
Credits: Travel Triangle
With our testers' picks of nonalcoholic champagnes, you can make an above-the-board toast with kids without compromising style.
Credits: The Mirror
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