Looking for those perfect New Years Eve Games and Ideas for your upcoming parties! Here are some kid-friendly New Year’s Eve games and activities to keep you busy and make amazing memories and ring in the new year in style. Make your party a blast for kids and adults with these belly laughing games.
I can’t believe we are about to sit around and countdown until the clock hits midnight! If you are going to be hosting a party this year, consider having some fun and silly games to entertain your guests. If you are having a kid-friendly party, these games will be a wonderful fit.
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1.) Countdown Clock from Buggy And Buddy
Instead of getting asked if it is midnight yet, make clocks for the kids to change the clock with each hour that passes. These are fun and easy to make.
2.) Balloon Drop from One Good Thing By Jillie
When the clock hits midnight, pull on the string and let the balls fall for one magical way to ring in your new year! I love this idea kids and adults will both enjoy the balloons falling from the ceiling.
3.) New Years Bingo from Kristen Duke Photography
Here is a fun bingo printable that fits the holiday. You have that shiny gold, black, and white. See who can get bingo first, and have fun little dollar prizes up for grabs to make it even more fun.
4.) New Year Time Capsule from The Idea Room
Want to make the most of the new year? Create a time capsule that you can sit down and reminisce as the clock gets closer to midnight. Then save it back to look at later down in the years.
5.) Glow in The Dark Ring Toss from A Pumpkin and a Princess
Looking for that perfect New Year’s Eve Theme? Have a glow in the dark party with glow sticks galore. Both adults and kids will love the glowing look, as you have fun snacking and counting down your clocks. Plus look at this super fun ring toss game that will be the highlight of the night.
6.) Candy Shop Themed Party from Create the Big and Small
Here you can go with a candy shop theme for your party. Make balloons look like candy, have it colorful and bright. This theme really gets kids excited, because who doesn’t love candy!
7.) New Year’s Eve Printable from Happiness is Homemade
Print off these New Year’s Eve printables and spend time seeing who can find the words the quickest! This is super fun and a really affordable activity to pass the time.
8.) Spoon Catapult from Kid Friendly Things To Do
Here is a minute to win it game idea, the spoon catapult. With a few supplies, you can line up and see if you can get your spoons into the bowls the fastest!
9.) Chocolate Unicorn Game from Invite and Delight
Stack Ding Dongs on your head and see who can get the tallest stack without them toppling over. This is such a silly and fun game, and adults and kids will both enjoy.
10.) Ball Toss from Play Party Plan
Here you can toss little fuzzy balls and see if the person can catch in their hat, without seeing where the ball is coming from. Race to see who gets 5 balls first. Trust me, this is one fun game!
11.) Easy Photo Booth from Happiness is Homemade
Here you have a simple and easy photo booth idea. Take those pictures and create lasting memories and a fun way for you and your family to spend the night creating new themes.
12.) Family Jenga from Childhood 101
Sit down and have a family Jenga game with a twist! This game will get you up, active, and laughing and having a blast in no time.
13.) New Years Eve Ball Game from Sparkly Polliwog
Save back all your wrapping paper that gets unwrapped at Christmas and use it to wrap up small trinkets and gifts. Create a huge ball and let each person have turns seeing what they can unwrap in an allotted time frame. This is fun for all who play.
14.) Spoons Game from Coffee Cups and Crayons
Sit down and teach young and old how to play the classic game, spoons. Grab a deck of cards and a handful of spoons and let the fun commence.
15.) Question and Answers Game from Alice and Lois
Sit down and print out these questions and go through the list and hear what people think about the questions being asked. Like what is the best moment of year, things that get you thinking and grow closer.