Sunday, December 29, 2013

Kids New Year's Activity

Every year, I have my kids reflect on the past year, This includes things they learned in our school studies, life lessons, fun activities, hobbies, favorite movies, favorite foods, etc. Here's a few things that can help you compile your list.

Childs Name:
Favorite Food: Pizza 
Favorite Color: Purple
Favorite Fruit: Stawberries
Favorite Movie: Odd Life of Timothy Green
Runner Ups: Frozen, Little Mermaid
Favorite Book: Ivy and Bean Series
2013 Christmas Gifts: American Girl Doll, Clothes for her American Girl Doll, Crochet booties for AG Doll, AG Doll Meatloaf and Chocolate Chip dogs, Tracing Tablet, Bracelet Charm, Nerf Rebelle  Bow.
  • Loves crafts
  • Favorite Christmas present is her American Girl Doll
  • Still loves to write and illustrate mini story books
  • Has recently started to expand on her drawing skills by copying drawings from photos on the internet
  • Knows how to count by 2's, 5's, and 10's to the 100's
  • Knows how to count even and odd numbers forward and backward to 300
  • Has learned how to tell time and count money
  • Introduced American History this year and loves Native American history
  • Has a strong interest and talent in lyrical dancing
  • Has developed her voice in singing and has sung in front of larger groups. Sang in front of 21 family and relatives on Christmas Eve. 
Once you have that typed out and printed, you can either put it into a small box along with ticket stubs and other mementos from the year. Save the box and open it at the end of next year to see what's changed. Another great way to save their info is to roll it up and tie a nice ribbon around the roll. Then drop it into an empty transparent ornament that you can then decorate with the year.

I also have a pdf of something your kids can complete on their own.

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