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Goals and Behavior Contracts to Help Start the School Year Out Right

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This year I decided I would have my kids do a couple of things to hopefully help with the rest of the school year.

The first thing is a goals worksheet.

The point of the worksheet is for each of my children to pick 2 school related goals that they felt they needed to work on. Each goal has 3 questions to follow:

  1. Why do I need this goal?
  2. What do I expect to gain from this goal?
  3. How do I plan to complete this goal?

They are then required to sign at the bottom as a promise to try to complete the goals by the end of the school year.

The second sheet is a School Behavior Contract.

The point of the contract is to go over and stress the importance of each rule. With the contract I had each of my kids read a rule and explain to me what it means.

They are required to sign at the end of this sheet as well, but with the threat of consequences.

Click HERE to download your free printables!!

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I'm a 30 year old stay at home mom of 4. I have been homeschooling for about 2 years now, and am a 2nd generation homeschooler. My oldest 2 children attended public school before we started homeschooling. I am a compulsive organizer and cleaner. I HATE clutter and crumbs! I also love to craft and come up with fun ideas to do as a family! Before staying at home I ran a daycare, then was the bar manager of a members only club. So not only do I have a background with children, besides my own, but I have a background with childhood education and a background in business and financial management.

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