UPDATE: If you want the 2015 version of this printable, you can find it HERE.
I believe that you’re never too young to set goals. Now, my nearly-two-year-old doesn’t have the faintest idea what that even means and I’m sure it’s still a foggy concept for my four-and-a-half-year-old. At least in those terms. But Big J knows what it means to work on doing something consistently (say brushing his teeth…) and he might not understand what a goal is, but he does have them. He wants to practice drawing and learn to write his S’s better so he’s ready for kindergarten. He told me.
So, I created a little page to help remind him of some of the things he wants to do this next year. Hopefully, every time Big J sees his page he will remember some of the things he wants to accomplish and it can be a reminder, even though he can’t actually read what’s written yet.
Right-click, open in new window and save as to your computer. You can then print as many copies as you’d like. Image is designed as an 8″x10″. You may share the printed copies, but please point others back here for the file. No part or variation of this image may be reproduced, sold, or given away without permission from me, the designer. I reserve all rights.