Time to celebrate the New Year? Then celebrate the new year with your kiddos by assembling this fun and engaging craftivity! Just like you and me, and the adults around them, our kiddos may be looking forward to the new year as an opportunity for a fresh start/ renewal, a time to assess their life and consider how they might want to improve it.
Each flap of “My New Year’s Resolutions” flipbook has directions on how to assemble the book as the well as it points out what to write about in the provided space. Help your students make the kinds of resolutions that could have a significant impact on their personal, family, friends, and school’s quality of life. The sixth page is to draw their selfie of 2019. Setting the goal is essential as well as understanding the effect of these changes. So, use this activity to start a meaningful discussion and teach your students about cause and effect.
Please, keep in mind, respecting their privacy during this activity might be the key to establishing the trust between you and your kiddos. Some of your kids may be wrestling with serious issues that you might not be aware of; there might be problems they may not want or find challenging to share with anyone, including you. So, from the very start of this lesson, let them know that if they would prefer to keep their resolutions private, you will respect that. If you need to give points for participation, you might have students give you a very brief peek, so that you can see that they completed it. Therefore, even though this flipbook would be great to hang around the classroom, tell them you will hang them only if you have their permission to do so.
Note: Document is updated each year to reflect the new year. No need to ever purchase a new one! Download your 2019 one now!
This zipped file also includes the previous sets starting with 2018.
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