SMART Goals: Activities to Set Goals, Monitor, and Reflect
Learning to set and reach goals is a key social-emotional skill. Students from kindergarten through high school can identify something they want to be able to do, know or be, and then find ways to make it happen. This student-friendly set of visuals, worksheets and practice examples teach students about SMART goals, how to set them, track them, and meet them.
SMART Goals are clearly defined according to five dimensions. They are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-based. This resource helps students understand each element of the goal, brainstorm possible goals, and create their own SMART goal.
What You Get
- SMART Goal Posters.
- Goal Brainstorm Worksheet.
- Practice rewriting goals to make them SMART Goals.
- Step by step building of a SMART goal.
- Key questions and tips to consider while writing goals.
- Goal Sheets to keep in binders or on desks, or they can be sent home.
Examples of SMART Goals.
This resource is perfect for classroom teachers, school counselors, special education teachers, school psychologists, or other educators looking to help students set and meet goals. Perfect for third through sixth grade, but could easily be adapted for 7th and 8th. The examples provided might be less relevant.