New Year's Resolutions often involve more exercise or sporting activity - so why not get the kids to record their plans with a picture!
Regular goal setting is important for everyone, and if we start early with the kids and make it fun, it can become a habit for life. Many schools now run through a goal setting exercise at the beginning of every school year and school term, with regular reviews along the way. You can do the same, or of course you can set some goals with the kids yourself at home.
Use this printable to help children think about the ways in which they can build friendships - either in general or with a specific friend.
When making plans, whether at the New Year or any time, it is always good to think about charitable giving and helping others.
Here's a fun way to keep a reading list! Just get the kids to write the names of the books (and maybe the authors) on the spines and covers on the picture.
If I could learn about anything at all, I would like to learn about.... Children can draw pictures or write about all the things they would most like to learn about using this open book printable.
Encourage children to use their imagination and/or their goal setting skills to think about the place that they would like to travel, if they could travel anywhere in the world (or beyond it!) Youn
If the kids can only choose one, really important, mega goal for the year, what will it be? Use this printable page (which comes blank for drawings and lined for writing) to detail it out.
Here's a fun way to capture your child's best ideas - in a light bulb frame! We've got a blank version for drawings and doodles and a lined version for passionate words...
You can use this printable at the beginning of each year, or at any time, to encourage children to think about what changes they would like to see in the world.
The border to this pretty printable page repeats "My Wish" - and that's what we want children to capture on it, whether by picture or writing.
We have three variations of printable on the "protecting the environment" theme. The first asks children to draw a picture of themselves protecting the environment.
Here's a lovely piggy bank printable for - you guessed it - money saving goals!
This printable is a fun way for children to list (or draw) some of the things they would like to do with their friends in the coming year or the future generally.
Encourage the kids to write down their sport and exercise goals and commit to them using this fun writing frame. Why not colour it in, too?
Children can draw or write about the best dream they can imagine having on this lovely printable page, which comes in two versions - one "framed" and one borderless.
Here's a fun activity for the New Year, for a Famous People Topic, or for any time!
This is a lovely way of encouraging children to write down a few little goals - or six, to be precise.
Thinking about how a child can help at home is the theme of this printable page. Perhaps he or she could help with chores, tidying up a bedroom and putting away toys, reading to a baby br
Why not encourage children to think about how they might be able to help out at school using this fun printable?
This is one of our most popular New Year printables. Children write down one "wish" for 2016 into each of the stars. Younger children could draw their wishes.
This is an unusual goal-setting printable which asks children what they would most like to see, hear, feel or smell.
What would I take with me ... if I were going to the Bahamas on holiday, or trekking in the jungle, or travelling to the moon (and back)! You can use this lovely printable frame in so many ways.