Setting Goals For Your Kids





Setting goals  for your kids years at school 

This is a great way to get them thinking about what they want to do for the year and find their focus. Going to school becomes such an everyday occurrence. Help your kids remember  that the purpose of school is to learn.


Goals can be set for any age group.

From the kinder gardener to the high school or college student, take a few minutes at the beginning of the school year to set some goals. Now that I’m a mom, I can see how much this would have helped me throughout school.


Especially when I began college

– I was on my own.

If my parents would have sat down and helped me set some goals, I probably would have finished college 15 years ago instead of going back now. Make the goals as simple or details as needed,



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depending on the age of your child.

For young children, the goals can involve making new friends, behaving in school, and getting homework done on time. As they reach junior high and high school, they might want to set a goal to try a variety of classes and not just pick their favorite subjects.


When your children reach college age,

help them find their focus and decide on a course of study. Don’t assume that the professors and advisors will do this for them. Talk with your kids about what they like and where their
strengths are.


Help them consider career choices

based on the courses they prefer.

Whatever age your children are at, setting goals is a great way to begin the school year and get your kids focused. Follow through with them and watch them succeed.

Setting limits with clothes shopping


I had a friend that I went to school with.

Her father gave her a credit card to her favorite clothing store, and told her that her limit was $500 – and not to go over it. Each month her dad would pay off her credit card, giving her another $500 to spend.


She loaded up the credit card each

month with new clothes.

She had so many clothes that there were some she had never worn, and she rarely wore the same outfit more than once. I like simplicity. I could not understand the point of buying clothes that did not get used.



I wondered what her life would be

like when she got married and

her dad no longer paid

the credit card.

I believe it is important to set reasonable limits on our children and their spending habits. The limit can be whatever you see fit, but should be appropriate for the child and should be able to teach them some value.


Finding value in things helps us to

appreciate them more and they

will have a greater desire to

take care of them.

When I was young, we did not have a lot of money, and my mom set a spending limit for my school clothes. I was given $100 to get clothes with.

It did not matter to her whether I went to a local department store or hit the big brand name stores,


the amount was the same. I would buy my $42 Guess jeans and a few shirts, and that would take up all my money. I learned early on the lesson of value.

The Guess jeans were really important to me and because they cost so much money, I took care of them. I could have spent the money better elsewhere, but I still learned from it.


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1 Remove your limits

Reduce your subject to a single core word and then brainstorm around it. For example, if you’re trying to write about “Study Skills”, expand your thinking to “School”.

Now jot down everything that comes to mind when you think about School, and when you run out of ideas start asking yourself open questions around the subject and noting your answers.



What did I enjoy about school?  What scared me?

What did I wish I’d known from Day 1?

This will help you get back into the mindset of someone struggling with school issues of all kinds and you’ll start to get a feel for their concerns and worries.


2 Restore your focus

Once you’ve started to understand the general feelings of your readers, allow your mind to focus back on your original topic of Study Skills. From your new perspective, what questions would you ask?




What would you want to know? Is this really a “Studying” issue or is it more about Time Management or being able to work without distractions or being paralyzed by the fear of not doing well?


3 Be your audience

Write each question on a separate sheet of paper; don’t stop until you have at least ten and preferably more. Stay in the mindset of your readers until you feel you’ve asked every major question that concerns them.



4 Take a step back

Put your pile of question aside for a few hours, overnight if possible. Don’t consciously think about them; just go about your day as usual.


Give your subconscious time to process them without any further prompting from you. If new questions come to mind jot them down somewhere safe and then forget about them.





5 Get out your pen and write

When you’re ready, sit down with your pages of questions and simply start to answer them. Writing your answers by hand can give you access to ideas that might be missed if you type them. Don’t edit yourself at this stage.


Using Speech to Text software or a digital recorder can also be helpful in bypassing the internal editor. Imagine someone sitting in front of you asking for advice and just talk to them. Keep your tone natural and conversational and stay with the question-and-answer format.



6 Edit lightly

Trust your first instincts. Proof-read and correct any obvious errors, but don’t do any major editing until your piece has had time to “sit” for a while. Again, leaving it overnight will give you a fresh perspective the next time you look at it,


but even if your deadline doesn’t allow for that it’s important to give yourself a break from it.When you’re pushed for time, writing several articles at one sitting can create enough change of focus to make you “forget” the one you’ve just written.


7 Polish it up

Short articles are unlikely to need major editing if you’ve written them as described here. They will flow easily and naturally already and having each Q & A on a separate sheet makes it easier to select only the ones you want.


Your job now is to put them in a reasonably logical sequence and make sure they’re understandable and that the reader is led smoothly from one question and answer to the next.


8 Top and tail it

Write a brief introductory paragraph as a “teaser” for the main article. Many article directories now put the first paragraph of each piece into RSS feeds which are picked up by other websites,





so you’ll want to make sure that your two or three major keywords appear at least once in that first paragraph. Write another short paragraph to summarize the major points of the article and provide some ideas for the reader to explore the subject further.



Don’t of course forget your own resource box: use the format Submit You New Article  for your link, so when your article is converted to html your link will automatically be live.


9 Submit it!


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