Saturday, December 29, 2012
While many people might consider New Year's Resolutions overrated creating one with your little one could serve as a beneficial teaching moment as a lesson in setting goals.
For example, you could have your child set a realistic goal for their resolution with tasks/steps and deadlines to actually accomplish or keep it. It's an excellent idea to create a checklist and as your little lady or fellow completes a task/step have them check it. This will encourage them to keep their resolution and feel a sense of accomplishment.
While these tips can help a child learn to set goals, trying them out yourself may even help you keep your New Year's Resolution (for once) and result in a handy plan of action for your own goals.
Have a Happy New Year from the Urban Nurturing Team!