Teach your kids to be confident, independent, and happy with over 150 easy, fun activities you can do with your children to encourage everything from body positivity to positive self-talk.
It’s more important than ever to make sure your child develops a strong sense of self-love, even at a young age. But how do you make sure you’re building up their confidence while keeping them safe and exposing them to even greater challenges? Introduce some self-love into your daily routine with over 150 activities specifically designed to keep your child (and their friends) entertained, all while giving them a positive self-view.
In Self-Love for Kids, you’ll learn everything you need to know about how self-love, self-esteem, and a growth mindset develop in children and what you can do to support that development. From there, you’ll find games for both a group setting and for some one-on-one time to encourage self-love, such as asking your child to share what they are most proud of and problem-solving activities that will boost their confidence.
So, whether you’re looking for new activities to entertain a few friends during playtime, searching for fun (but educational) games you can play with your child yourself, or even interested in ways to include virtual interactions, this book has all the tools you need to help your child build their self-love for a happy, healthy, confident life.
Keri K. Powers, MA EdHD, MEd, NCC, is a mental health counselor turned elementary school counselor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. She has written children’s books Zen Hen and Llamaste to help kids develop mindfulness practices and challenge worries and Social Skills for Kids, a book of activities to help families promote social skills at home. Keri loves helping kids learn skills to manage worries and build confidence to succeed! Find more at CounselorKeri.com.
Why We Love It
“This book is every parent’s must-have crash course in developing self-love for kids ages five through eleven. Not only does Self-Love for Kids include essential background on what self-love is and why it’s important, it also makes the information feel more manageable by breaking self-love down into individual building blocks, like security, confidence, identity, and more, it also includes over 100 activities that can be done one-on-one, in groups, or individually to put that information into practice. This book is perfect for parents, grandparents, and caregivers everywhere!”