Take a look back at 2020 and set goals for 2021 with this 2020 Year In Review Printable for kids! The perfect family New Year’s Eve activity!
Hi Crafty Friends!
2020 is just days away from being over and all I can say is… “Hallelujah!” I know that I’m not alone in saying that I can’t wait to put 2020 in our rearview mirrors.
2020 is going to be a year that we will always remember. It’s going to be a year that is talked about in history books, and that our children look back on and say “I lived during that time.”
2020 was a year full of big changes for my family. The most notable being that we pulled our kids out of the public school system and enrolled them into an independent school where they homeschool 3 days a week and are in a small blended class 2 times a week.
The year has been full of a lot of sadness and pain for many (so, so much pain), but it’s also been a time where my own family has had time to reflect, count our blessings and be grateful for all the good in our lives.
2020 Year In Review
I love taking the end of December and beginning of January to reflect on the previous year, and I think it’s a great habit to get our kids into as well. Today I’m bringing you a free 2020 Year In Review Printable with a section for goal planning for 2021. Use it as is, or use it as inspiration to create something that’s 100% your own!
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Looking for a design that’s not quite so girly? Check out our Year In Review Space Printable:
2021 Planning Supplies
Looking for some more things that will help you get your 2021 planning started right? I LOVE planning with my Happy Planner. I’ve been using one for a number of years now, and I’m obsessed. At first I was intimidated by Happy Planners because people do the most beautiful spreads in theirs, but I finally just started using it as a planner and I love it. Some weeks I add stickers and make it really pretty, but the majority of the time I just use it as a functional planner with all of my to-do lists and appointments.
I love them so much that I have both of my kids using them for their homeschool planners too!
Here are some Happy Planners and accessories you might like for 2021!
Looking for some planner DIYs and projects for the new year? You might like these:
Tell me… Do you like taking time at the beginning of the new year to reflect back on the previous year and plan for the year ahead?
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