Ringing in the New Year: Fun Ways Teens can celebrate
New Year’s eve activities aren’t just for adults anymore – teens want to celebrate the new year, too. Most teens – like adults- see the night as a way to celebrate the coming year with their friends.And while the hustle and bustle of New Years can be quite chaotic, that doesn’t mean it can’t be a fun-filled, safe night.
Here are a few teen-friendly activities from around the Web to ring in the new year with style.
Organize an Event – Indoor activities like roller skating, ice skating and bowling are safe and fun New Year’s Eve activities for teens. Teens, if this is of interest, plan to attend with a group, and have your parents check for special deals.
It’s a Party – Hosting a New Year’s Eve party at home is the easiest way for parents to ensure their child is playing by the rules. Music, movies and munchies are perfect for a New Year’s Eve party. So are Moctails. While teenage drinking is highly disfavored, non-alcoholic cocktails could be a fun way to feel like an adult without the hangover. Even try to talk your parents into letting you and your friends bartend. Who knows, it may be fun to see how many concoctions your friends can come up with.
Take a Ride– Sometimes girls just want to have fun. And News Year’s is a perfect time for a group of friends to get jazzy, and ride in style, which
limousines are ideal for. Check around your local area for the best rates, each chip in and rent one for the night. Be sure to let your parents in on the plan, so they ask the company to specifically stock the limo bar with non-alcoholic beverages and snacks.
There are many options for New Year’s Eve celebrations, and with the right choices and, of course, parental ground rules, bringing in the new year will be a safe and memorable experience.
By Natalie Jordan