Social Situations – Self-esteem
Our short stories about self-esteem are aimed at helping children recognize their self-worth. These educational tales foster self-acceptance and encourage youngsters to stick to their goals.
Let's focus our attention on children’s strong points in order to help them break free from negative thinking.
The 30 self-esteem scenarios presented in this book can help children identify their weaknesses and their strengths and encourage them to focus on their strong points.
Children who feel good about themselves find it easier to deal with conflict and to resist negative pressure. They tend to smile more easily and enjoy life. These children are more down-to-earth and generally optimistic.
However, children with low self-esteem tend to view challenges as sources of enormous stress and frustration. Those who think negatively about themselves have a hard time finding solutions to their problems.
The way we define ourselves, affects our motivation, attitudes and behavior as well as our capacity for emotional adjustment.
Boost your child's confidence and self-esteem with this enjoyable and valuable card book for kids.
You may also be interested in the book "Social Situations – Cooperation | Flip Card Series".
30 real-life scenarios to help kids feel happier, bolder and more confident.
1. I'm good at...
2. I like to learn
3. I love this about myself
4. When I look at myself in the mirror
5. I care about
6. Trying something new
7. It makes me unique
8. It is important to me
9. My friends think about me
10. My family likes
11. I like this about my friends
12. I like this about my family
13. I express my opinion
14. I listen and learn from criticism
15. An act of kindness
16. An act of kindness I saw
17. I am brave
18. I’m a good sibling
19. I can compromise
20. I admit my mistakes
21. I learn from my mistakes
22. I am kind to myself and to others
23. I apologize
24. I take responsibility
25. I ask for help when I need it
26. I don't feel threatened when someone is better than me
27. I am not afraid of failure
28. My talent is
29. I become a better person when
30. I belong
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||6 x 9 inches
Alice Kassotaki - Speech Language Pathologist MSc, BSc
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