It seems that more than half of all new year's resolutions fail. Perhaps it would be wise for us to set more doable goals. Baby steps, if you will. One way to start is to set shorter and more specific goals. Enter the New Week's Resolution!
This printable activity is aimed at helping our kids and students to set for themselves achievable weekly self-improvement goals.
Let's start self-improving!
Printable & Activity Objectives
Age: 6 to 9 year olds, Activity Time: On-going, Items Needed: Writing pencils
In this activity, your child will reflect and think about some of the things they want to achieve, learn and improve on a weekly basis. He/she will have an opportunity to fill up a list of weekly things to do "more of" and "less of" on a printable checklist.
It will help your child or student:
Develop a stronger and clearer sense of purpose and resolve for achieving goals when they set them on a short period of time.
Move away from the feeling of entitlement and work towards being a more confident and responsible individual.
Let's get started!
How to Get Started
Simple steps to start:
Research and gather good ideas for setting and achieving short term goals. Here's a good video about how to set and reach your goals:
Start working on the printable worksheets!
What's in the Printable Worksheet Pack
This printable pack consists of a printable worksheet which contains a weekly goals checklist for your child/student. There are two main sections i.e. the do "more of" and "less of" something columns. He/She may also record how many consecutive weeks a goal has been completed.
This printable activity is best accompanied by the new year's resolution printable we created previously below: