New Year's Resolution Diary: A Balanced Approach

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Leah Cleary
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Not Grade Specific
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12 pages
Leah Cleary


This activity encourages students to analyze resolutions from New Year’s past and present, create a diary with foldables, and create their own balanced resolutions for the New Year. They will create one resolution for their character, one to help others, one for school, and one just for themselves.

The beginning of the year is the perfect time to assess goals and to focus on the future. It’s important to help students understand that New Year’s Resolutions haven’t always been about losing weight and dressing better—and they need not always be.

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