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Helping children learn how to set goals and achieve them isn’t so hard. In fact many parents have already helped their young children achieve goals without knowing they did. Just think back to when you were potty training them. Sticker charts and bean jars are all ways you have helped your children to achieve a goal. You may not have thought of potty training, walking, tying shoes, or learning math facts as goals, but they really are.
Just as adults like to set goals at the New Year, you can sit down with your older children and talk with them about what they want to accomplish this year. Perhaps they want to do better at a sport or they may want to learn a new skill like playing an instrument. They may have a goal to visit new places, learn how to cook, or read a long book.
You can have an enjoyable evening with your children talking to them about what THEY want to accomplish this year. What are their DREAMS and GOALS?
Here is a suggested outline for your talk:
Free Goal Worksheet
Once they have reached their goal, use that energy and excitement they have to help them come up with another goal they want to achieve.
It is magazine subscriptions! How I love to pour through a magazine, especially one I got as a gift!
I know children and grandchildren love to get them in the mail too. Why not give a gift that they’ll enjoy receiving all year long!
For the Boys!
For the Cooks!
For the Crafters!
For the Gardeners!
For the Children!
For the Decorators!
For the Parents!
What’s your favorite magazine?
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