New Years Resolution 2018: No-Prep Graphic Organizers, Growth Mindset, Goals

New Years Resolution 2018: No-Prep Graphic Organizers, Growth Mindset, Goals
New Years Resolution 2018: No-Prep Graphic Organizers, Growth Mindset, Goals
New Years Resolution 2018: No-Prep Graphic Organizers, Growth Mindset, Goals
New Years Resolution 2018: No-Prep Graphic Organizers, Growth Mindset, Goals
New Years Resolution 2018: No-Prep Graphic Organizers, Growth Mindset, Goals
New Years Resolution 2018: No-Prep Graphic Organizers, Growth Mindset, Goals
New Years Resolution 2018: No-Prep Graphic Organizers, Growth Mindset, Goals
New Years Resolution 2018: No-Prep Graphic Organizers, Growth Mindset, Goals
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Looking for a no-prep New Years Resolution option? I've got you covered! Reflect on times of growth vs. fixed mindset, set goals and brainstorm ways to make a difference, this resource has the graphic organizers to get your students ready for a great 2018 year!

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New Years Reflection
Students list strengths and achievements, and then goals and areas to improve in the coming year.

The Best, The Worst, The Ah-Ha's!
Students chart the best, worst, and "ah-ha" moments of the year.

Growth Vs. Fixed Mindset
Students reflect on ways they had a growth mindset in the last year, and also times they had a fixed mindset. They also document the results of each of those times.

Time Chart
Students will complete a pie chart reflecting on how he or she used their time during the year. This might include time spent on social media, playing sports, school work, family time, etc. They will analyze the results, and set a goal pie chart for the coming year.

New Years Resolution Goal Setting
Students will choose three goals for the coming year and then strategize a three-step action plan to carrying out that goal.

Making a Difference
Students will analyze three ways that they can make a difference in the new year and add an action plan. This goal sheet is open-ended to allow you to tailor this to either your community, class, world, family & friends, etc.

Goals Checklist
Students will create a checklist of goals they have for school and home. This would serve well as a small group discussion or could be used for an individual goal setting meeting.

Vision Board
Students could collect magazine pictures, computer pictures, or even draw their own pictures to represent their vision for the new year. Tailor this to your classroom needs.


Thank you! Have a blessed day.
Michelle McDonald

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