This Project Planner page goes on the right side of your executive sized organizer. A big project can involve complicated planning, so it helps to be able to record the goals of the project, as well as a list of steps necessary to get from start to finish. Free to download and print
This checklist makes setting and tracking goals simple for kids! Give each student a goal sheet weekly or monthly. Have students choose 3 goals from the picture sheet, then cut and paste their goals onto their goal sheet. At the end of the week or month have students check off whether they accomplished the goal or still need to work on it. Then they will choose new goals for the next month. You could have students tape their goal sheet to their desk or keep it in a folder.
This is an example activity page to start setting a small, attainable goal for you. Aim for something small, that you feel you can reach in a relativity simplistic manor. Let's start small and build our way up. Think about what you need right now and set the goal around that. Eating 3 pieces of fruit per day or going for a 15 minute walk outside are small goals that we can reach. Fill in each section and we can start working towards your goal.
The Goal Planning Workbook, your complete guide to evaluating your priorities and creating realistic goals. This workbook walks you through the complete goal planning process, step-by-step, including printable worksheets to help you plan!