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New Year poems for children open up their minds to the intellect world. Enlisted below is the best New Year poetry meant especially for kids.

New Year Poems For Kids

New Year is a happy time for kids and they wish to explore all avenues to celebrate their happiness. The day is awaited by kids all over the world, as it means lavish meals, firework displays and fun celebrations, the perfect complement to their innocence. Unlike adults, kids spend a lot of time observing the things around them and imbibing them in their lifestyle. They want to sing like their dad and maintain a diary like their mom. However, kids look real cute when they recite New Year poems in their own rhythm. Make your kids recite the cute New Year poetry given below. It is especially meant for kids and will surely make their face glow with happiness.

Best New Year Poem For Children

Hooray! Hooray! It's New Year's Day
- By Kenn Nesbitt

Hooray! Hooray! It's New Year's Day!
The day we start anew.
So this year I've decided
To become a kangaroo!

Or maybe i will learn to fly,
Or how to walk through walls,
Or how to turn invisible,
Or surf on waterfalls.

I'll make myself elastic
And I'll teach myself to shrink.
I'll turn into a liquid
And I'll pour me down the sink.

I'll visit other planets
And meet aliens galore.
I'll travel to the distant past
And ride a dinosaur.

I've got so many wondrous plans.
I'm starting right away.
Yes, this will be the best year yet.
Hooray! It's New Year's Day!

Months Of New Year

January, February, March,
The cold is harsh.

April, May, June,
Summer will be over soon.

July, August, September,
Rain we love to remember.

October, November, December,
Time to take out coat & furs.

New Year
- Author Unknown

A year to be glad in,
And not to be sad in,
To gain in, to give in,
A happy new year.
A new year for trying,
And never for sighing,
A new year to live in,
Oh, hold it most dear.

- By Leland B. Jacobs

January opens
The box of the year
And brings out days
That are bright and clear.
And brings out days
That are cold and gray,
And shouts, "Come see
What I brought today!"

- By Charlotte Perkins Gilman

To keep my health!
To do my work!
To live!
To see to it I grow and gain and give!
Never to look behind me for an hour!
To wait in weakness, and to walk in power;
But always fronting onward to the light,
Always and always facing towards the right.
Robbed, starved, defeated, fallen, wide astray--
On, with what strength I have!
Back to the way!

New Year's Beginning
- By Jamie Edson Opielski

The biggest night of the year
To say goodbye to the past
And bring in the new with cheer

Surrounded by family and
Friends so dear-
Memories are made to last
Throughout our forthcoming years

At the birth of each New Year
God lights a candle for us all
To give guidance in our lives
To see his children free from fall

As the wonder of time
Finally strikes twelve
We celebrate together
New Year's first hours