Choose a Resolution
Setting goals for yourself at the start of a new year is a popular tradition. Goals give you a chance to make a plan, try something new and change your life in a positive way. Let’s say you want to get healthier. You might research healthful recipes, types of exercise and even recruit a friend to join you in pursuing your goals.
Another change you could work on is improving your grades. It can be hard to juggle school with other activities, but getting more organized with your time and using available resources can help. If you are struggling with a subject, ask your teacher and your parents for suggestions about where to go when you have questions. You might also do homework with a friend who does well in the class you struggle with.
Finding a new hobby or skill is a popular resolution for many kids. You can choose from areas you’re already interested in, such as learning to play an instrument or a new sport, editing videos, or even collecting baseball cards. For more ideas, visit Healthy New Year’s Resolutions for Kids, sparkpe.org/blog/healthy-new-years-resolutions-for-kids.
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