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A New Year!

Can you believe it's already 2014?! With the year flying by I took some time to reflect on all of the positives, the challenges, and the blessings of 2013. Time of inner reflection and sharing is, in my opinion, a big contributor to happiness! Reflecting on your blessings and all the positive things can really put life into perspective. This is a habit I try to get my kids into as well. Each Friday at the end of the day we'll talk about what we learned that week, favorite funny moments, what was challenging, and what did we love. The students have come to love this time (and so have I).

To help the reflection and goal setting run smoothly this year I created a fun New Year 2014 Resolution and Reflection Writing activity packet! It's posted and you can follow the link below. Plus, it's only $1 and was based off my 2013 Reflection Writing unit. It includes this fun craftivity inspired by pinterest!







Classroom goals for 2014:
Do more interactive notebooking with the students
Find more relative webquests
Stop taking home loads of work that I know I won't get to every night ;)

What are some of your goals?

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