We make it a mission to keep New Year’s Eve SIMPLE, but fun. In order to help you have a fun time.. without too much effort, I have put a number of posts together for you. We have 30 New Year’s Eve Crafts (great for decor ideas and keeping kids busy) plus a great video and links to more New Year’s Eve Ideas. Then of course, you can browse these New Year’s Eve traditions – read about them. Pick one and have fun! A great way to explore the other countries and cultures!
New Year’s Eve Traditions – be inspired to create your OWN Family Traditions for New Year’s Eve!
These New Year’s Eve Traditions where first published in 2013 and have been updated and republished for your convenience! Enjoy!
Nothing quite like a good celebration to see in the New Year! What we love even more, is creating our OWN family traditions.. taking an inspiration here and and inspiration there. Above all making New Year’s Eve fun. After the big run up to Christmas, however, we do like to keep things simple and relax a little. So take a peak at these New Year’s Eve Traditions from around the world and maybe see if you can pick one or two of them to do with your family!
We love these Countdown Clocks (free printable!!), why not download them and add a tradition from around the world to each segment? Or check out our Countdown Activities too – you will find some fun things for EVERYONE!
Now to the New Year’s Eve traditions from around the worlds:
Puerto Rico – In Puerto Rico New Year’s Celebrations, include running around the outside of the house with a bunch of luggage, in order to guarantee some holidays in the new year!
All set? What will you be doing for New Year’s Eve? After making our marzipan pigs for friends and family, I am likely to have a lovely warm drink and snuggled on the sofa…. phew 2013 has been BUSY!!!!!