Hard to believe that it’s been a year since I shared my kids New Year Resolutions printable. Sadly my daughter didn’t learn a lot of German or how to make furniture. Poor girl! But we’ve still managed to fill 2012 with memories and lessons we will bring into 2013.
I finally created an updated 2013 version. Just like last year, print it and have your kids fill out what they learned this year and what they hope to do next year. It only takes a few minutes but you can keep it forever. One of those Mom book type of things, ya know?
Again, my Julia is never short on surprises. This year she wants to learn to figure skate…. (can’t say I blame her- I took a figure skating class in college for PE credit and loved it!)
But aiming for straight A’s is always a good goal in my book. I’m excited to make my own list of New Year Resolutions. Mine won’t include straight A’s or figure skating but I have plenty to set and work on. I will have an updated version for you soon too!
Download a copy of this New Year Resolutions 2013 Kids Printable.
For 30days subscribers and personal use only. Thank you!
I have another version for adults – New Year Resolutions 2013 for YOU!
Here’s the latest version for 2016:
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I cannot find the link for the 2014 printable.
The 2014 printable is at the bottom of this post. There is a picture with a link under it. It says “What a year 2013” and includes what to look forward to in 2014. Thanks!
Can you make a 2014 One?? i love these and want to print this for my party
Do you have a printable for kids and adults for 2014? They are great!
I loved this! It was such a fun activity for my little family. I’m wondering if you’ll have an update for 2014?
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Hi, Mique! I’m Marie and I teach English to Japanese junior and high school students in Tokyo. I found your worksheet on google and used it in my class. My students loved it!!
Thank you very much for the inspiring worksheet;-)
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Thank you so much! I loved it last year and I’m doing it again this year!
Hi Christina- you are so welcome. Happy New Year!
LOVE this! Thank you for sharing it! We’re all going to sit down and do this tonight! Happy New Year!
Karen Freeman says
This is awesome thanks for sharing. I asked the kids to write down 12 of their favourite things/memories/what they did in 2012 as a glimpse of what they thought. It was really cute to see what they liked. Karen
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Thanks for the printable! My daughter and I used last year’s version & I was happy to see a new one! Happy 2013!
Ms. M says
I think I already issued an invite to you Mique so please forgive me if this is a duplicate…but I love this idea and if you have not already linked up I would love it if you would!
Please come and link up your party with the New Year Linky Party I am hosting at http://teachingisagift.blogspot.ca/2012/12/2013-new-year-linky-party.html. There are almost 100 TPT authors and teacher bloggers joining together to ring in the New Year and I would love to have you join us!
Thank you for the printable. My girls are 4 and 6– so they may be a little young to do this, but we’ll try and see. It’ll be fun to keep and look at in the future, and is good for kids to think a little bit about the future!
Chris George says
Would you mind if I put this on my blog? I am a children’s event planner and think this is just the cutest idea. I would make sure I add the link to your page as well. Please let me know.
Hi Chris- thanks for asking my permission. You can post one image and a link to direct your readers here. Thanks so much!
Helga M. Hernandez says
Love your ideas…especially the 2013 resolutions …great website!!!
Thanks so much Helga! Happy New Year!
I love this idea…found you from Eighteen25 blog. I am printing your form off now for my kiddos to fill out!
I love the Eighteen25 girls- thanks for stopping by. And for commenting. Happy New Year!
Ann Morris Bruehler says
Love this! And I am using it for myself! I found you through Pinterest.
Hi Ann- thanks for the comment. Glad you found me through Pinterest! I actually will have a version for adults tomorrow. So check back in. :) Happy New Year!
Great for our party – Thanks!
Thanks Kelly!! Enjoy.
Nicky H says
That’s a great idea! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Nicky! Enjoy.
Deb @ Living Montessori Now says
What a wonderful idea! I always loved traditions that allowed us to look back on our now-adult children’s views when they were little. Thanks for generously sharing your awesome printable! I featured your printable as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow
Hi Deb- thanks for the comment. I’m the same way- I love looking back on things like this. Thank you so much for sharing on your page. And for the comment. Happy New Year!
Great idea,found this through pintrest. Im sharing with all myfriends and on my business page.
Thanks so much Vicky! Glad you found me through Pinterest and thanks for sharing. Happy New Year!
Thanks for this! I love it! I LOVED your One Word printable from 2012. It helped me organize my thinking so well. Great job!
nest of posies says
LOVE this, Mique! and will be so fun to look back on through the years. very sentimental.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
As always, wonderful!! Thank you so much for sharing this. It will be neat to see my kiddos answers change throughout the years.
You’re welcome Sarah! As I mentioned in another reply- I have a friend whose Grandma collected a similar sheet from all her grandkids. She made a book that they all still look at 30+ years later. SO fun! Happy New Year to you!
Debbie N says
Thank you for sharing and creating this – my girls did it last year and were wondering if I had it again!
Happy New Year!
You’re so welcome Debbie! I loved looking at my kids from last year. I had a friend say that her grandma collected a book of all the grandkids over the years and now they all get to look back on them 30+ years later. How cool is that? Happy New Year to you!
Thank you, Mique! You are awesome :-)!
Thank you so much! We have been filling these out for the last couple of years for the first Family Home Evening of the New Year. I have kept each one of them. Thank you for sharing.
p.s. will there be an adult version this year :-). Thanks, again!
Hi Raimi- good idea! I love that you do it for FHE for the new year. Yep, there will be an adult version soon. ;) Thanks for the comment!
Thank you!! We are going to do these with our weekly playgroup next week! Thank you so much for sharing :)
Awesome Danielle! And you’re welcome. :)
Thanks for sharing, looking forward to helping my little ones fill this out!
You’re welcome Amanda! Thanks for the comment. ;)