Parents and Teachers! This free 50 Ways to Build Self Esteem Poster reminds young people hands-on ways to step into their power and build self-esteem. Although the dictionary says that self-esteem is a noun, I prefer to think of it as a verb. Self-esteem is an ACTION. We have to PRACTICE and DO self-esteem to have self-esteem. Hang this free poster in your classroom, school counseling office, or even home.
This small group counseling resource contains self esteem games, self esteem activities, task cards, and worksheets to help children ages 9 to 14 learn how to value their worth and gain more self-confidence. When children know that they are of value and are important, they perform well in school and are more likely to find success later in life.
Knowing how to respond to your child when he says negative things about himself is important. You can help him shift the focus from negativity to his abilities and potential. Modeling growth mindset in front of your child is one of the important ways that you can help to lessen that line of thinking.
One of the most common issues I come across when working with children is poor self esteem. We all have times when we feel bad about ourselves. But kids are trying to find their identity. Learning what they are good at and what they aren't. Working out how they are the same and different to others and if this is important. The way we see ourselves as a child can impact how we see ourselves as an adult. Why self esteem is important Kids who feel good about themselves have the confidence to…