New Year Resolutions for your kids

Helping your child create New Year's Resolutions is the beginning of teaching your child the importance of setting goals. The article also includes New Year's Parenting Resolutions to help moms and dads raise their children in a more effective manner. If you like the page please forward to your near and dear once .

New Year Resolutions

  • I will do my best in school. I will hand in my homework on time and not wait until the night before my science fair project is due to start working on it. If I need extra help with a subject, I will ask for it or get a tutor.

  • New Year ResolutionsI will be careful about whom I choose to date, and always treat the other person with respect and without coercion or violence.

  • I will limit the time I spend watching television and playing video games to one to two hours per day. I will stay away from shows and games that promote violence or unhealthy living. I will only watch movies that have a rating appropriate for my age group.

  • I will get proper exercise. I will join sports I like such as soccer, t-ball, basketball, or volleyball. I will walk, jog, or ride a bike if it is not the season for the sport I like. When possible I will get outside and enjoy the fresh air.
    When I feel mad or stressed, I'll take a break and choose positive, constructive ways to deal, like exercising, reading, journaling or talking through problems with a friend or parent.

  • When I notice my friends are struggling or engaging in risky behaviors, I will talk with a trusted adult and attempt to find a way that I can help them.

  • I will try to find a sport (like basketball or soccer) or an activity (skipping rope, dancing or horse riding) that I like and do it at least three times a week!

  • I will eat at least one fruit and one vegetable every day, and I will limit the amount of soda I drink. (Aim for as many different colors of fruits and vegetables as possible. Also, since many sports drinks and flavored waters contain added sugars, focus on skim milk or water.)

  • I'll never give out personal information online, like my name, home address, school name or phone number – and never send a picture of myself to anyone I chat with on the computer without my mom or dad's permission.

  • When I feel angry or stressed out, I will take a break and find constructive ways to deal with the stress, such as exercising, reading, writing in a journal or discussing my problem with a parent or friend.

  • new year resolution I will volunteer at my local church or in the neighborhood. I could give my old clothes and toys to kids in need. I could help serve dinner at a soup kitchen. I could clean the litter off the beaches or help out at an animal shelter.

  • I will do my best in school. I will hand in my homework on time and not wait until the night before my science fair project is due to start working on it. If I need extra help with a subject, I will ask for it or get a tutor.

  • I will work on being polite and not responding to my parent's requests with a smart tongue. I will remember my please, thank you, your welcome, and excuse me's. I will never say curse words or use the Lord's name in vain. I will show respect for my elders with my words.

  • I will practice good hygiene. This includes brushing my teeth after meals, washing my hands after going to the bathroom, covering my nose and mouth when I sneeze and cough, and keeping my nails clipped and filed. Proper hygiene is important for good health.
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