The start of a new year is upon us. This new beginning presents us with a time for reflection, change, and growth. Last year, our family established a tradition of making resolutions, both as a family and individually. We even encourage our 3-year old daughter to set goals for herself in the coming year. Because of the abstract nature of goal setting, I put together a resolution planning worksheet to help her reflect on the year, and use forward thinking.
When making resolutions for the New Year with young children, it’s important to keep some guidelines in mind, and our Resolutions planner (see the free download below) makes it easy!
- Be reflective
- Set specific, attainable and realistic goals
- Set out to learn new things, and improve on the great things that are already happening in your life and in your family
- Put health and wellness on your to-do list
- Consider charitable giving
- Be sure to include quality family time and fun activities
You can read more about these recommendations on my article over at Little Spoon!
Now… for the planner! I’m excited to share the 2018 New Year’s Resolution Planner with you as a free download. Just enter your email address below to sign up for our mailing list to access the download, and get planning!
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See our youtube video about resolution planning with toddlers and preschoolers!
Our New Year’s Resolution Planner is a great fit with our Advent Activity Calendar. Click here to download the Advent Activity Calendar for a family focused December.