The New Year is almost here, and I have a fun (and free) reflection activity for you to do with your students when you get back from break. I think this would be fun to do each year – especially if you have your students for more than one year or are home schooling. Then, you could fill out one for this year, and look at the one you did last year. Download yours for free right here. (The years listed on the printable are updated every year.)
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On a personal note, I have been reading The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin and have decided to launch a Happiness Project of my own. She chose a theme and a different set of resolutions for each month. I am not that ambitious and have instead chosen to divide the year into quarters:
- Jan., Feb., March: Health
- April, May, June: Home
- July, Aug., Sept.: Relationships
- Oct., Nov., Dec.: Spirit
If you want to read more about The Happiness Project, here is the link to the website.
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Heather Temske says
I read the happiness project over the summer. I thought it was great. I wish you the best in your own project!
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Thanks for linking up to Show & Tell Tuesday!
Love your freebie. The Happiness Project sounds interesting, I'll have to check it out 🙂
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Mrs. L says
I'm on the wait list for the happiness project at my library. I look forward to reading it soon.