Free Goal Worksheet and Happy New Year Coloring Pages For Kids
Free Goal Worksheet and Happy New Year Coloring Pages
This FREE New Year’s goals worksheet is perfect for your students to complete after winter break! Make goal-setting fun this January with doodles! Kids in upper elementary and middle school will love this activity! Click HEREto download the free printables today!
Help students transform their New Year’s goals into SMART goals with this lesson plan! The quick and engaging lesson can be implemented at any point in the school year. A free printable planning template is included!
These FREE New Year’s worksheets are perfect for your students to complete after winter break! Make goal-setting fun this January with doodles! Kids in upper elementary and middle school will love this activity! Download it today and use it to set goals with students in 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade. It’s also great for 7th and 8th graders.
Inspire students to achieve their goals with this structured One Word Resolution project. This Word of the Year activity is a great way to encourage a growth mindset, while teaching students how to set and accomplish their goals. Start the new year or new term with this fun activity! One Word design templates and banners are included to create a beautiful classroom bulletin board display.
You’ll love the structure of this project! Walk students through the goal-setting setting process using this step-by-step approach:
First, students use the graphic organizer and question prompts to set four goals for the year. Next, students select one word to inspire them to meet their goals.
Before setting a plan to achieve each of their goals, students define their word of the year and explain why they chose that word. After that, students describe how their word will inspire them to reach each of their goals.
The reflection worksheet can be completed at any point throughout the year. It gives students the opportunity to rate the progress of each of their goals, explain what they feel they have done well, and describe what they would like to improve.