The New Year's Think Book contains a variety of questions and prompts to help kids reflect and record memories from 2012 in addition to questions and activities to help identify goals, wishes and resolutions to make 2013 a great year.
The New Year's Think Book is a place to reflect on the past year, record memories, think about success, accomplishments, fun times, and great memories…to identify what’s important!
For the upcoming year the New Year's Think Book will help to prioritize activities, interests and hopefully new ideas of things to try or learn and potential areas for improvement.
It’s for kids and families. The questions are targeted for tweens ages 8-12. Parents and older kids may easily adapt the questions so the whole family can participate. It would also be a great classroom tool for teachers to give to their students.
Suggestions for use:
- Make it fun by having the whole family complete the book and share their responses.
- Design vision boards afterwards.
- Color and decorate the pages.
- Cut out inspirational responses and put them in a journal, poster or binder.
You can download a free sample page of the 2012 Reflection section and the 2013 Goals, Wishes & Resolutions section on Teachers Pay Teachers.
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Best wishes for a wonderful 2013!