New Years Resolutions For Kids
This New Year help your kids to make New Year's Resolutions and encourage them to follow them all through the year. For better understanding New Year resolutions for kids have been divided into resolutions for Preschoolers, School Age kids, and Teens. The article also includes New Year's Parenting Resolutions to help moms and dads raise their children in a more effective manner.
New Year's Resolutions for Preschoolers
- I will brush my teeth twice a day.
- I will wash my hands after going to the bathroom and before eating.
- I will clean up my toys.
New Year's Resolutions for School Age Kids
- I will do my homework in time.
- I will sleep in time.
- I will drink milk and water, and limit aerated drinks.
- I'll never give out personal information such as my name, home address, school name or telephone number on the Internet or to
- I'll be nice to other kids. I'll be friendly to kids who need friends
- like someone who is shy, or is new to my school
- I will wear my seat belt every time I get in a car. I'll sit in the
back seat and use a booster seat until I am tall enough to use a
lap/shoulder seat belt.
- I will apply sunscreen before I go outdoors.
- I will try to stay in the shade whenever possible and wear a hat and
sunglasses, especially when I'm playing sports.
- I will try to find a sport (like basketball or soccer) or an activity
(skipping rope, dancing or horse riding) that I like and do it at least
three times a week!
New Year's Resolutions for Teens
- I will eat at least one fruit and one vegetable every day, and I will
limit the amount of soda I drink.
- I will take care of my health through physical activity and
- I will resist peer pressure to try cigarettes, drugs and alcohol.
- I will wipe negative "self talk" (i.e. "I can't do it"
or "I'm so dumb") out of my vocabulary.
- I will choose non-violent television shows and video games, and I
will spend only one to two hours each day - at the most - on these
- I will be nice to my parents, teachers and elders and show respect to
- I will help out in my community - through volunteering, working with
community groups or by joining a group that helps people in need.
- When I feel angry or stressed out, I will take a break and find
constructive ways to deal with the stress, such as exercising, reading,
writing in a journal or discussing my problem with a parent or friend.
- When faced with a difficult decision, I will talk with an adult about
- I will be careful about whom I choose to date, and always treat the
other person with respect and without coercion or violence.
New Year's Parenting Resolutions
Here are some New Year's Parenting resolutions for Moms and Dads who want
to be a more effective parent in the coming year.
I will be a Good Role Model for my Child...
Parents have profound influence on the way their children grow up. This New
Year give up your bad habits like procrastinating, smoking etc and be a role
model for your children.
I will make efforts to Understand my Child...
Instead of cribbing over your child's tantrums and unhealthy habits try and
understand why he is behaving in that peculiar manner. This will help you
understand and resolve the issue in a much better manner. This not so easy
goal can be achieved by spending quality time and being patient with child.
I will Teach my Child to Eat Healthy...
Encourage your child to develop healthier eating habits which includes
consuming fruits, milk and vegetables and giving up junk food. Of course,
you need to practice this before you preach.
I will encourage my Child to take Regular Physical Activity...
Obesity in children is rising because of their sedentary lifestyles. It is
extremely important to make your children realize the benefits of regular
physical activity. Enrolling them in the sports class of their choice will
be a good idea.
I will Reward My Child for His Good Behavior...
For the proper personality development of your child, it is important to
praise and reward his achievements and good behavior. Besides, it is also
important to show a calm and patient behavior when your child misbehaves or
is in trouble. This helps him become a cool and level-headed person.