New Years Time is upon us! There are many wonderful traditions to start with your kids during this time of year. One of my favorites is interviewing each kid and keeping it as a record. It will be awesome to go back and compare this year with next year. Some of the questions may change as they grow but mostly stay the same to look upon their growth as people. New Years’ interview with the kids is fast going to be a favorite tradition. They can be fun to keep to yourself and savor or share with Grandparents and family.
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New Years Interview with The Kids
Think about when asking and recording kid questions (if they are not big enough to do so on their own) to ask them separately. Little ones have a tendency to be easily swayed by sibling answers! I can’t wait to try these out on my kiddos this year. New Years’ Eve interviews with a 3 and 6-year-old will make for some good memories.
I love to save this interview each year and compare it to the last. It is a good marker to see how personalities grow. It can also help kids developed a perspective on how they are compared to how they are now. Humans are very forgetful. A perspective is a helpful tool when learning empathy. All these are important skills I want my kiddos to learn. Each one can be recognized in this yearly interview idea.