New Year’s Interview for Kids (Free Printable)

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The year is almost over!  Can you believe how quickly 2013 flew by?  A few years ago I stopped making resolutions and instead focused on making monthly goals.  Eventually this turned into monthly and yearly goals.  It was something I wished I had done many years earlier instead of being disappointed by broken resolutions.  As a result I stated interviewing my son  on New Years Eve.  I  do this by asking him simple questions about his year, and what he hopes to accomplish in the new year.  This actually has two pretty cool results.

  1. It leaves me with a yearly keepsake that perfectly captures him at this age.
  2. It teaches him to start setting yearly goals.

The first year I interviewed my son I just wrote his answers on a piece of paper. (2011 Interview – age 2.5) The second year I interviewed him I did it on video.  (2012 Interview – age 3.5) This year I thought it would be fun to create a printable that I could use for years to come.

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Now I can have one format for all his interviews for years to come.  I can print them off and keep them together or I can edit them online yearly and add them to a yearly photo book that I create.  Now you can do this too!  To download this end of the year interview for kids free printable to your computer by clicking this link:

New Year’s Interview For Kids

I can’t wait to hear how my son will answer these questions.  I hope you enjoy using it with your family too!

Happy New Year!

Just a friendly reminder. This printable was created exclusively for Our Knight Life.  Feel free to print as many copies as you’d like.  You can use them as gifts,  in a group, or for your classroom.  You may also share the link to a printable with other people that would be interested. If you do share please be sure you give proper credit by leaving a link to this post.

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Emily is a wife & mom living the Las Vegas family life. The owner and writer at Our Knight Life, Emily loves sharing her two adorable boys, all things Disney, getting back into shape after baby, cloth diapering, breastfeeding, and family friendly product reviews.
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Comments

  1. I love this idea! It’s terrific.
    As for me, I usually do a word of the year so I can keep in mind where I want to go in the next 12 months. :)

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  2. I love this idea and will have to participate again this year!

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  3. Love this idea! I totally printed one to do with Shane, thanks!

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  4. I just love this – printing for Hayden!

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  5. what a cute and fun idea for a keepsake!

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  6. I love this. I am going to print this for my daughter Hannah! Thanks…. :)

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  7. What a fun activity!!! I have been looking for great ideas for New Years!

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  8. This would be a great activity for the kids! What a good way to remember year to year

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  9. Oh, how cute is this!!! What a great idea!

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  10. I love this idea. Thanks for the printable

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