Today we’re talking about New Years resolutions for kids.
It’s like clockwork. As soon as the holidays are over, you can’t find an open treadmill at the gym and it seems that all of your co-workers are suddenly eating salads every day at lunch.
We grownups can get so focused on our own resolutions that we seem to forget that kids get the same sense of accomplishment when they achieve goals that we do!
There are plenty of great ideas for New Years resolutions for kids! Here are 30 great goals for kids to choose from this year that will promote health, activity, development, and independence! You can use these goals along with our printable goal setting worksheet!
Click on the New Years resolutions below to find out how to help your child learn how to:
1 || Shoot a basketball
2 || Jump rope
3 || Swim or conquer the pool
4 || Ride a bike
5 || Get dressed independently
6 || Complete clothing fasteners independently
7 || Put on socks independently
8 || Use scissors
9 || Tie his shoes
10 || Do jumping jacks
11 || Open food and snack packages independently
12 || Kick a ball
13 || Jump
14 || Set the table
15 || Fall asleep calmly
16 || Try new foods
17 || Make transitions without having tantrums
18 || Help around the house
19 || Pay attention in class
20 || Share and take turns
21 || Pack her own lunch
22 || Make new friends
23 || Get a strong core
24 || Break some rules!
25 || Pump on a swing
26 || Learn his phone number
27 || Conquer the monkey bars
28 || Do a somsersault
29 || Do a cartwheel
30 || Find more time for free play!
So let’s hear it! Which goal will your child choose this year? Share in the comments below!
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