Serve up — yum — sparking cotton candy drink.
Throw a "Noon Year's Eve" party.
You can also celebrate the New Year with your kids when it arrives in a different time zone.
Let your kids bring the noise at midnight with these DIY shakers.
These sophisticated noise makers are fun to make, too, especially by older kids.
Share a midnight (Hershey's) kiss with your kids.
You can also "ring" in the new year with Ring Pops.
Have your kids fill out time capsule questionnaires.
Set up a craft station where younger kids can DIY their own party hat.
Older kids can craft something a little more elaborate.
Making fireworks crowns is a blast, too.
You can also make fireworks rings.
Play "minute to win it" games.
Have a DIY balloon drop.
You can also make confetti-filled balloons to be popped at midnight.
Set up a year in review photo scavenger hunt.
Turn bath time into fun time.
Make "New Year's Poppers" using leftover holiday wrapping paper and rolls.
Keep the fun going all night with New Year's Eve surprise bags.