Children Should Begin to Set Goals

As we approach the end of one year and prepare to begin a new, we can talk for a moment about helping children to set goals.
The fantastic thing about setting goals is the importance it places on making step-by-step approaches to eventually accomplishing it. Simply stating, ‘I want to get an A in math by March’ doesn’t get very far if there are no guidelines to follow, or nothing to help mark one’s progress.


Read more by Laurie W. at LDS Blogs–Children.


How do you help children learn the steps of setting goals? Leave us a comment.


  1. Marc says

    What age child are we talking about? Seems to me that children are being pushed hard at too early of an age. Let children be children and enjoying childhood. There’s plenty of time in life for goal setting.

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