Setting goals gives kids something to work toward. But as they move forward, it’s important to help them look back at what they’ve already achieved — including small steps they may not have even realized were accomplishments. This can help them stay motivated and push ahead with confidence.
Making an “accomplishment box” is a fun way to help kids see their accomplishments — and watch them grow.
To get started, download and print this set of sheets. It includes directions and everything else you need to get started on an accomplishment box with your child.
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