There is an example of one student's resolutions at the bottom of the post that gives you an idea of what types of resolutions a student might make.
When students use the worksheet where they organized their resolutions into personal, family and friends, and school, their resolutions tend to be more specific. Their personal resolutions are often geared toward sports or other activities they do outside of school (practice piano everyday for 15 minutes, eat more fruits and vegetables, learn to do a back handspring by myself). The family and friend resolutions usually focus on relationships with others (get along better with my brother, share my X-Box 360 with my sister, make new friends at school). The school resolutions are related specifically to school and to our classroom (return homework on time, study spelling all week instead of the night before the test, use better handwriting on assignments).
I hope these sample resolutions are helpful! Happy New Year!
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