Here is a self improvement worksheet to complete to establish what steps need to be taken to achieve a goal. I love any activity that requires the child (or an adult like myself) take ownership of how one can improve or reach a goal. You can print this FREE worksheet with blank boxes to write or draw in or dotted handwriting lines to use as a guide. Download the two pages at http://www.YourTherapySource.com/freeselfimprovement.
This form could be used for:
- behavior modification
- self regulation
- establishing sensory diet activities
- goal setting
Here is an example of how it could be used - Student is unable to walk in a class line without touching peers. Therefore the worksheet may look something like this:
Currently I can walk in a class line without talking.
I need to improve my ability to walk in a line without touching anyone else.
My goal is to walk in a line from the classroom to the cafeteria without touching any of my peers.
List ways to reach my goals:
- Stand at the back of the line.
- Do 10 wall push ups before I leave the classroom.
- Put my hands in my pockets while I walk.
- Hold a squishy object while I walk.
- Leave extra space between me and my peers while walking.
I will achieve the goal on this date: June 25.
I can think of a few ways I could fill out the form for myself. I need to improve being organized, household chores, time management skills, etc! I better print this form a few times.