New Years Eve


Focus: Understanding the ending of an old year and welcoming the new year

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The concept of a “New Year” can confuse kids thriving on concrete details as many children with autism do. This illustrative story unpacks celebrations on New Year’s Eve with developmental understanding. Clear timelines show clocks striking midnight after family feasts and fireworks. Kids gain exposure to different scenarios of how people might celebrate this occasion. By spotlighting relatable traditions leading up to the magical moments, this primer gives shape and reassurance to abstract ideas of years changing, new beginnings unfolding, and passing time itself while the old year hasn’t just gone. The story walks kids through how they might celebrate with their families and what they might see, it includes a countdown and finishes up with the child going to bed.

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