You're never too young to make a New Year's resolution
You could almost hear the wheels turning in their heads Tuesday morning at Avery's Creek Elementary School.
That's because they were busy brainstorming about their expectations for the new year.
The ideas keep flowing in Ms. Brown's class, where third-graders are working in groups to make classroom resolutions for 2018.
Students say sometimes it's hard to work as a team, but if they set goals and work together they can do it.
"Well, we set these because we always need to be truthful . And we always need to be kind, and we need to make sure we make the right choices and do the right things. So you can do resolutions to go along with that," said Alden, a student.
The students also set personal goals: things they wanted to accomplish or improve on, and even some resolutions to help them stop doing things, like waiting until the last minute to do their homework.
I think that's a good resolution for my house, too.