Celebrate your child and mark their milestones! Use this set of printable New Year Review questions for kids to record what a year your child has had.
New Year Review questions printable for kids
Taking time to review the year with our children helps them to see see how much they have achieved in the year. It lets them appreciate things are changing and they are developing.
There will be new achievements to celebrate, and great memories to recall. Perhaps there are also challenges to acknowledge, or things to leave behind.
We can capture a snapshot of our child: how tall they are, who their friends are, what they love right now. This makes a wonderful keepsake for them and for us.
You can use this printable year after year, and keep the completed sheets as your child’s memory book.
You might like to display the printable as a poster alongside a photograph of your child.
How to complete the New Year review
You can print as many copies of the New Year Review printable as you need, for your whole family or class.
Use pens and pencils to complete each answer.
You can ask your child to draw themselves in the frame in the centre, or stick on a photograph.
Help them record their memories as a timeline of their childhood.
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