Look back on the last year with this great FREE printable for you and the kids. Happy New Year! #newyears #kidsactivities #newyear

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It’s another new year coming soon! We love the start of a new year with the kids, don’t you? It is full of excitement for the year ahead, and wonderful memories of the year just gone. It is a perfect time to reflect with the children on the year that has just been, and we love getting sat down, and doing our Year in Review. It is a great New Year activity that we really think help the kids to look back and learn coming into the New Year.

Look back on the last year with this great FREE printable for you and the kids. Happy New Year! #newyears #kidsactivities #newyear

The printable take the opportunity to do a year in review in three different sections:

  • About me; to give you an idea of your child, and how they feel and think, asking things such as:
    • Their name, and age,
    • Favourite TV programs, and films,
    • What they would like to be when they grow up, and who their current hero is. My daughter picked Jessica Ennis, who is a wonderful role model for a ten year old to have.
  • Memories of last year, so that you and your kids can look back at their favourite moments from the previous year, and you have a personal record of them too:
    • Best thing to happen last year,
    • Hardest thing about last year; as it is important for kids to learn from the things that didn’t go quite so well too,
    • What your kids learnt to do last year that they are proud of; for example my daughter’s managed a round off in gym!
    • Best place visited in the last year; don’t be surprised if it isn’t what you expect here too ;-)
  • Looking towards the next year, so you can see what your children are expecting from the next year. Something worth keeping and reflecting on into the future of course:
    • What your children would like to learn,
    • Where they would like to go, and
    • What they are looking forward to the most about next year.

You can’t deny that it’ll be fascinating to see what your children think, and to look back on this from year to year. How different the mind of a three year old is to a ten year old for example?

If you are looking to get organised in 2019, then do download our free 2019 calendar, which you can either print off, or the kids can colour in. A nice set of printables, coupled with this year in review to start your year off in a positive and organised way. We’ve got a few New Year activity ideas on the site as well; so do check them out too. We have a resolution sheet, as well as a little Near Year eBook.

To download it, just click on the image below:

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Remember to pin for later too, won’t you? Have a fantastic New Year, and I hope you enjoy the look back at your year in review for the previous year with a lot of pleasure too.

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As always, cheers for visiting.

Helen

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12 Comments

  • This is so cool and a lot of fun. This printable will help kids to remember their memories on past year and helping in setting their goal in this coming year, I will print this one for my kids, thanks for sharing!

  • Thank you so much! Been looking for a form like this for my daughter :) I always try do different ones with her

  • What a lovely way to get children to reflect on the past year and set some goals for the new year!

  • Thank you for this beautiful idea, I always try be more organized. I think this will give me the possibility to reflect more about my stuff!

  • I love such lists in general and I think I love it so much because it’s what my parents taught me. The printable is lovely and it reminds me of diy lists my parents used to make me.

  • Love this idea! I think it would be cool to look back and see how their preferences change over time…and in their own words. Thanks!

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