Positive Affirmation Cards for Kids
Gentle affirmations for kids designed to build self esteem and confidence, through changing negative self-talk. These affirmations created just for kids help them feel good about themselves, and embrace all their amazing positive qualities.
Much research suggests that words and thoughts can become self-fulfilling prophecies through:
- What children say to themselves, whether they think it or say it out loud has power over what they become.
- What you say to your children and others, has the power over to influence who they become and what they think of themselves.
Print these positive affirmations, laminate if you can, and encourage children to repeat the saying three times and watch the magic unfold.
(24) Positive Affirmation Cards for Kids
- (24) Affirmations for Kids with Prompts to Encourage Conversation with Simple Phrases to Read & Repeat
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