It’s time to ring in the New Year, and 2021 is very welcome.
I don’t think there are too many of us who are unhappy to see the back of 2020, so it’s time to get into a festive spirit to welcome 2021.
I find the end of December is a good time for reflection, for reviewing the year gone by and focusing on the good things that came my way. This has been a tough year for the world, but I still feel blessed.
I truly believe it’s important to always be thankful, even in trying times, so I thought it would be good to share an activity for children to focus on the good things life brought them in 2020.
Here’s a little printable fun for little ones to enjoy as we end 2020, and ring in the new.
Goodbye To 2020:
In this free printable you’ll find an activity sheet for little ones to complete. They can focus on their accomplishments and good memories they created over the past year.
This may have been a difficult year for us, but I think it’s important to allow our children time to reflect on what was good for them.
We can help them focus on their blessings and happiness, as we look forward to a better 2021.
Color Your Own New Year Crown:
Plus this free printable also includes a coloring activity.
Little ones can choose any color of the rainbow to create their very own special crown for 2021.
Simply click any of the images above, or click here to be taken to a PDF file which you’re welcome to print and share.
Thank You From Irish American Mom:
I want to thank each and every one of you for reading my recipes and ramblings this year.
I’ve so enjoyed reading your comments and emails, and learning of the deep connections between America, Canada and Ireland which you all hold dear. Your stories make my heart sing, and I thank you from the bottom of my Irish heart, for sharing them here.
Over the coming year let’s keep on celebrating our Irish heritage together.
Wishing each and every one of you a healthy and happy New Year. Let’s make it extra delicious by cooking some Irish food. Stay tuned for many more recipes over the coming months.
Thanks for following my recipes and ramblings.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Irish American Mom
Here are some more New Year ramblings you might enjoy…
- How To Steam A Christmas or Plum Pudding In A Crockpot.
- How To Roast Potatoes Irish Or English Style
- Irish American Mom’s Christmas Pudding
- Chicken and Mushroom Vol-Au-Vents
- A Candle In The Window – An Irish Christmas Tradition
- Homemade Mincemeat
- Shortbread or Petticoat Tails
- A Very Happy Women’s Little Christmas To All