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A resolution can be a hard concept to understand especially for students. If at home they are hearing about resolutions, but not seeing their families go through with them, they will not understand the importance of these. It is a good idea to discuss resolutions the first day back after winter break, and also explain that it is important to strive to keep these resolutions. An anchor chart can help students visualize and remember resolutions. Click on the picture if you'd like to use this in your classroom.
Have students discuss resolutions with a partner. Then they can set their own resolutions for the New Year. Keep referring to their resolutions so that students will remember and recall the importance. Feel free to use this banner to have students draw and write about their resolutions. Students can have this as a keepsake. (*Note: I did not include the year, so that you can use this resource year after year*)
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Until next time!