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New Year’s Resolution Free Worksheet

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This free printable New Year’s Resolution Worksheet is a fun resource for helping children think about and understand their goals while planning actionable steps to achieve them!

Printable New Years Ever worksheet on a gray starred background.

Why We Love It

Goal setting is an important exercise for children! As they work toward their goals, they practice and improve valuable skills like planning, focus, self-motivation, self-esteem, and self-improvement.

Using this printable New Year’s Resolution worksheet, children will:

  • Choose and write their resolution.
  • Explain why the resolution is important to them.
  • List two steps to reaching that goal.
  • Draw a picture of themselves reaching their goal.
A printed and finished new years resolution worksheet with crayons.

Creating New Year’s Resolutions

Resolutions don’t just have to be about quitting bad habits! While goals certainly can be about that, they can also be about learning new skills, gaining better habits, trying different experiences, or otherwise improving in certain areas.

👉 Goals should always be specific, measurable, and actionable, rather than vague or idealized.

So instead of saying, “I want to get better grades,” they should try to refine that goal. For example, “I want to get Bs or higher on all my Science quizzes this semester.”

Sample New Year’s Resolutions for Kids:

  • Learn to ride a two-wheel bike before summer.
  • Eat a vegetable with dinner each night.
  • Read a new book each month.
  • Try a different sport or instrument.
  • Save enough money to buy a Switch.
  • Make my bed every morning.

Once children choose their goal, they should figure out a few simple, actionable steps to help them reach that goal. This practice helps break bigger goals into smaller, more manageable pieces.

Last, they draw a picture of themselves achieving their goal. Visualizing what it would look like it helpful for a lot of learners!

The worksheet will walk children through each of these steps!

Tips & Info

  • Print the worksheets on standard 8.5×11 paper.
  • This worksheet was designed for students in grade 2, 3, and 4.
  • Display the finished worksheets around the classroom, then check periodically with each student to see how they’re progressing!

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