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What goals do you want to achieve? Design a colorful chart to keep track of where you’re headed—and how to get there! Great for school, music, and sports.
In "The Wizard of Oz," Dorothy wishes she was somewhere over the rainbow, "where dreams that you dream really do come true." Have you ever wanted that? Well, Dorothy gets her wish. And you can work to make your wishes come true—if you turn them into goals.
At the beginning of any new school or calendar year you think about what’s ahead. What goals can you set for yourself in school, lessons, activities, friendships, family, or your community, for example? Do you want to make five soccer goals next season? How much money do you need to save to go to your favorite theme park? What kinds of community service will you do?
On a large piece of white paper, draw a chart with Crayola Twistables. Use a straight edge if you like. Along the left side of the page, list the areas of your life you want to improve.
With Twistables, fill in your goals for each area in the remaining space.
Decorate your chart with a rainbow or any really colorful motif. Post your chart in a spot where you’ll see it every day. Good luck as you go for YOUR goals!
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