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Jumpstart January With Bookmarks


Are you looking for an easy and functional way of getting your students to make new year resolutions and keep them? Well, this is just for you! Your students get to write simple yet attainable goals then  use these bookmarks as visual reminders. For one of them I chose the rooster graphic as a wake up call to motivate them along the way also. It's like keeping them in check with their efforts. Isn't that cute? I also made sets that include a bunny, a wild safari and  a bear. They can have as many bookmarks that they wish. The key is to reach their target. You can add motivational stars to the bookmarks also as a way to reward them for their efforts too! These  bookmarks work well with the Chinese New Year theme even though I already have a set for that. Check out both my New Year Resolution Bookmarks and the Chinese New Year Bookmarks below.



New Years Resolution Bookmarks on TPT



Chinese New Years resolution Bookmarks on TES Resources
Chinese New Years Resolution Bookmarks on TPT


A Beary Good Year resolution Bookmarks on TES Resources
A Beary Good Year Resolution Bookmarks on TPT


WildYear resolution Bookmarks on TES Resources
Wild Year Resolution Bookmarks on TPT


A Hoppy New Years resolution Bookmarks on TES Resources
A Hoppy New Year Resolution Bookmarks on TPT


A Swan-to-be Happy New Years resolution Bookmarks on TES Resources
A Swan-to-be Happy New Year Resolution Bookmarks on TPT



Ready to Read New Years resolution Bookmarks on TES Resources
Ready to Read New Year Resolution Bookmarks on TPT


Bee-zy Bee-havior New Years resolution Bookmarks on TES Resources
Bee-zy Bee-havior New Year Resolution Bookmarks on TPT


Snappy New Years resolution Bookmarks on TES Resources
Snappy New Year Resolution Bookmarks on TPT


Ready to WRITE New Years resolution Bookmarks on TES Resources
Ready to WRITE New Year Resolution Bookmarks on TPT




 Making New Year Resolutions and keeping them is not an easy task so make sure your students stay focused and keep on target so that they can look back with pride on their achievements at the end of 2017!








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