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Keep track of your family’s New Year’s Resolutions with these simple and straightforward printable goal sheets!
Simple + Practical Family Goal Sheets
Last night we updated our yearly family goal sheets. We got a good laugh at some of the goals we made and how terrible we did on some of them–like “Be 5 minutes early to everything.” Ha. Ya right. I think we were lucky if we made it 5 minutes late to something.
The goal sheets we were using didn’t quite have everything we wanted and were pretty vague, so I made up some new printable family goal sheets that has everything we want on it.
Even though our kids are little, we set a few goals for them like: learn the alphabet and start helping with dishes. We recorded a few extra things like age and height and some of their favorites. Blake, my 2 year old, loved getting measured with the tape measure.
Cover Page + Highlights
This sheet is one of our favorites! It’s so fun to reminisce about the highlights from the previous year.
There is a great spot to set family goals and a place to pick a family motto or scripture verse.
New Year’s Resolutions Goal Sheets for Kids
These sheets are fun for kids! There’s a spot for their age, height, weight, and favorites.
Our kids love pulling out the tape measure for their height!
I specifically added in a space for ways they can help the family. With them helping set this goal, it’s easier to remind them of their resolutions when they aren’t as happy to help.
Goal Sheets for Mom + Dad
I’m not a big fan of long lists of resolutions. Instead, I like to pick one or two goals in different areas and focus on those throughout the year. So for my husbands and I’s goal sheets, I included 5 areas our goals will fall under: spiritual, physical, emotional, social, and mental (intellectual).
You’ve probably also heard of the ONE WORD New Year goal where you pick one word that is your focus for the year. You can easily write that onto these goal sheets, with the other areas in mind.
Other Printable Sheets:
There’s also a goal sheet where you can make predictions for the upcoming year.
How To Keep Your Family Goals Organized
For a simple and practical way to keep track of your family goals, print off the goal sheets.
Then, spend a night as a family filling them out.
Place each sheet in a spreadsheet and then put them all in a 3-ring binder.
Tip: Keep this goal binder handy where you can pull it out monthly or as often as you want to refresh your memories of your goals for the year!
Family Goal Ideas
I’ll share just a few of our family goals we’ve had. Some years we accomplish our goals and others we don’t.
But we try. And that’s what matters.
In 2014, we had a goal to visit 14 Parks.
This goal was still one of our family’s favorites. We couldn’t count the park unless all 4 of us were there and we always had to take a picture.
We loved looking back and seeing how much our family changed throughout the year, since our children were so little!
In 2015, we had a goal to take 15 bike rides.
We made it to 7 before our 3rd child was born and there wasn’t any more biking happening soon after that.
I don’t look at this as a failure– the goal helped us to get out and that’s what matters!
So, what are your goals?
Print off some Family Goal Sheets and have the best year yet!
Tip: You can print each year off on different colored paper to keep them easy to tell apart from other years!