Happy New Year Survey for Kids

New Year’s Eve is always a great opportunity to look back on the old year and forward to the new year. With kids, it’s a great time to make some keepsakes that document how things change over the year.

My daughter is 6, and she doesn’t fully understand the whole “year” concept, but she’s aware that a new one is starting soon, so we’ve started to explore the concept in different ways.

I made this printable Happy New Year Survey for Kids as a quick way to jot down some info about what’s going on right now that you can look back on whenever you want in the future. You can even fill it out again next year and every year, as it doesn’t mention any specific years.

 

Fill out this cute printable Happy New Year Survey for Kids this New Year's Eve as a keepsake to look back on in years to come!

(E was 6 years and 1 month old.)

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Materials for Happy New Year Survey

  • PDF file (download below).
  • Printer.
  • Paper cutter or scissors (optional).
  • One sheet of paper.
  • Pen.

 

Fill out this cute printable Happy New Year Survey for Kids this New Year's Eve as a keepsake to look back on in years to come!

What’s in the printable PDF file?

This is a one-page, no-prep printable. (You can trim the edges if you want, but it’s perfectly usable with the narrow white margin that the printer leaves.)

It has spaces for the child’s name, age, his or her best friend, favorite color, favorite book, favorite movie/show, favorite toy, favorite game, and favorite food. There are several blank lines for each of the prompts “The best part of the old year was” and “In the new year, I want to”.

Fill out this cute printable Happy New Year Survey for Kids this New Year's Eve as a keepsake to look back on in years to come!

Unsurprisingly, my 6-year-old insisted on filling in the blanks herself (with some spelling help from me). {She let me do the Mother’s Day and Father’s Day surveys earlier this year, but at this point, she wants to write EVERYTHING, and I love that she practices every day.} She didn’t really know which timeframe to think about for “the old year”, so I told her to think back over the past few months.

She decided that the best part of the old year was her birthday party and that in 2017, she wants to play with Daddy, N, and me <3

Fill out this cute printable Happy New Year Survey for Kids this New Year's Eve as a keepsake to look back on in years to come!

 

Are your kids learning their sight words?

This Feed the Bunny game includes all of the Dolch sight words and Dolch nouns, and if you’re working on something else, you can simply edit the file to include your learning objectives. Also includes editable labels and editable recording sheets.

Practice all Dolch sight words or any other learning objective with this cute, editable Feed the Bunny Sight Word Game! Print out the sight words you need or edit the file to include letters, numbers, words, mathematical equations, or whatever else you're working on.

 

Download your Happy New Year Survey for Kids!

 

Fill out this cute printable Happy New Year Survey for Kids this New Year's Eve as a keepsake to look back on in years to come!

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Like the clip art?

My New Year’s Party Advanced Tracing Lines and New Year’s Party I Spy Game printables use the same set.

 

Are you looking for more New Year’s activities? Here are a few others!

New Year’s Sensory Bin

Kids Celebrating the New Year Matching Game for Toddlers

New Year’s Plans Writing Prompts

New Year’s Where’s My Match Memory Game

New Year Printable Pack for Preschoolers by Best Toys 4 Toddlers

Celebration Play Dough by Buggy and Buddy

 

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