3 Kid-Friendly New Year’s Resolutions for 2020

The new year is finally upon us! As we move forward into 2020, it’s time to start thinking about resolution ideas and how to achieve your goals in this new year. Do your kids have any resolutions of their own? Why not help them out with a few? Here are a few child-friendly new year goals your kids can strive for in 2020!

Happy New Year! Have you made your resolutions? What about your kids? Help them make their own list of resolutions with these suggestions! #WoodlandsTreeHouse Click To Tweet

Start Learning a New Language

Learning a second language opens many doors for your children later in life. And the earlier they start learning, the more likely they are to retain that knowledge for years to come! If your kids are interested in learning Spanish, give them a head start with a bilingual preschool program. They’ll have the chance to experience language immersion along with their peers as they learn more about their own language as well as Spanish. This is an excellent way to help your child fulfill their resolution while also enhancing their school experience!

Make New Friends

Every child is different. While some may collect new friends everywhere they go, others are shy and need a little time. In 2020, encourage your child to try meeting new people and making new friends at a comfortable pace for them. While it’s absolutely important for children to have friends close to their own age, they don’t need a huge circle of friends as soon as the first school day is over. Give them time to move at their own pace and decide who to spend their time with.

Care for Their Health

As any parent knows, kids get sick very easily and don’t always want to take medicine or eat healthy foods that will help them in the long run. This year, encourage your child to be more conscious of their health and how their choices affect them. Find fun ways to incorporate healthy foods into their diet or try using active games as exercise routines. Help your kids learn about their own long-term health early in life!

Pro Tip: Find simple, healthy recipes that your kids can help you make. This will give them an interest in cooking as well as healthy food in general!


Most people look to a new year with hope and a list of ideas for self-improvement. As we enter 2020, this is the perfect time to get your kids excited about becoming better versions of themselves in the new year. Help them assemble and accomplish a list of their own new year goals!

Connect with us for new year’s resolution ideas and tips for 2020.