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New Year’s Resolutions

We gathered together and talked about the word ‘resolution’ and why people make them at this time of year.  We discussed how people want to make themselves better in some way and think about how they can do this.We gathered together and talked about the word ‘resolution’ and why people make them at this time of year.  We discussed how people want to make themselves better in some way and think about how they can do this.

  • New Years Resolutions

The children had their own ideas of why this might be:

“You decide that you want to get better at something.”

“You want to do something new.”

“Something you didn’t know how to do it before.”

“If you want to get better you have to practice and then you get better at something.”

“I practiced when I went to soccer and then I can score a goal.”

The children then spent some time considering their own resolutions and shared them with their classes. It was lovely to hear the variety of resolutions ranging from improving on what they already do at school, to changing their actions towards other people or trying out something new. It was also interesting to hear the children reflect on what they can currently do and understand that their abilities are not fixed. It

there are ways to change and improve in the future.

“Always have a happy face.”

“I want to get better at playing Ghostbusters.”

“Not being sad.”

“Build very high buildings.”

“I want to learn to play soccer.”

“Do more buildings of Shanghai.”

“Swimming backwards.”

“I’d like to get better and better at getting on the swing.”

“I want to do better at playing soccer.”

“Playing at toy story.”

“My resolution is to help my friends build.”

“I love to practice bowling.”

“Playing at Toy Story. I’ll be Buzz.”

“I want to get better at soccer and be a soccer player.”

“I would like to get better at driving faster.”

“Do more building of Shanghai.”

“To give a flower to my mum.”

“To give a lot of kisses and to tidy up.”

“I want to swim frontwards and jump higher and run faster.”

“Playing goldfish.”

“Saying thank you to my mummy.”

“To go skating on snow.”

“Riding a bike.”

“Playing puzzles and building stuff.”

“At home I am an artist. I want to learn how to sew.”

“I want to be better at pulling the thing and getting it in the hole.”

“Doing a handstand. I have been practicing and then I get better at it.”

“To hug my dad.”

“Putting my own shoes on.”

“Running and jumping.”

“Eating apples.”

“I want to do reading.”

“Playing x-box and playing soccer and practicing hard things like dribbling. And bouncing high on the trampoline and riding my bike.”

“I would like to get better at cartwheeling.”

“Playing baseball.”

“I like to run and it makes me feel better.”

“Not being sad.”