Printable New Year’s Interview For Kids

Time passes so fast.  Every time I blink my kids are bigger.  They are growing up so fast, and every chance I get I want to just be able to stop and capture a moment of their lives.  Just pause for a second and be able to take a snapshot of the person they are right now.  I take a million pictures, but all too often I forget to record their WORDS.  This printable New Year’s interview for kids is the perfect way to do just that.

Remember your happiest memories, your funniest moments, your favorite people, your goals, and lots more memories.    For years to come, you’ll be so glad you took a few moments to capture the moment with this printable New Year’s Interview For Kids.

New Year's Interview for Kids

Each year on New Year’s Day, ask your kids these 12 simple questions.  Write down what they say and keep it in a journal or scrapbook to capture who they are right now.  Looking back over their growth is priceless.  I do this a few times a year with my kids – once at the new year and once on their birthdays with different questions.  You can check out my Birthday Interview right here.  I also recommend taking a picture on the day of the interview so you capture the whole kid – inside and out.  {Inside with the interview and outside with the picture.}  Keep it.  Cherish it.

After the interview is over, look back over past interviews together and see what has changed, what has remained the same, and what the kiddo has accomplished.

If you’re really brave you’ll print out an extra one for yourself and record your thoughts as well.  Even as adults, we are always evolving and changing.  We need to capture ourselves and our own lives too!  Wishing you a very happy new year!  Hope you check out our holidayopedia for lots more holiday ideas.

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