Students will love completing this interactive New Years Fan! It's just the right activity for the first days of January.
After determining the difference between a goal and a resolution, students will make a School Goal and an At-Home Goal, as well as a School Resolution and an At-Home Resolution.
Also included are pages for students to explain the meaning behind goal-setting and resolution-making. Later in the year, take advantage of the reflection pages as well! Students can assess their progress through writing about how to stay, or get back, on track.
Easily differentiate the fans for each student by using only the pages that best meet their needs or the amount of time you have to dedicate to the project.
Most students enjoy coloring the pictures at the top of each page, but copying the fan onto colored card stock makes a beautiful fan for reluctant colorers.
These fans looks awesome hanging on a bulletin board in the month of January, and also keep nicely in students' notebooks as a personal resource.
Happy New Year!
Like this fan format? Click below for other fan resources in your classroom!
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