Self Esteem Games show children how wonderful it can be to be themselves. This collection of 300 self-esteem-building ideas requires no special preparation or equipment and can be played at home or the classroom. 67,000 copies sold.
"Fab book for promoting self-esteem in children who seem to be a little less confident than their peers, or just as fun games to do (that) can be done by 1 person or a whole family. Love the calendar activity, where everyone writes down a happy thought from that day on their own calendar, just because hugs, and do what I say not what I do, where the children have to do an action that you tell them whilst you do something totally different".
-- Mumsnetter review, UK
"As expressed in
the title, and further explained in the introduction, this useful collection
describes games and activities that help kids see and appreciate how unique
and special they are. The games are divided into three sections: Being unique!,
Getting to know me!, and Sharing who I am!. Each section is further divided
into chapters, such as My Feelings and Learning to Trust. Among many new
games are some old favorites like Did you Ever See a Lassie? and Group Hug.
Includes an index and closing thoughts".
-- Gisela Jernigan for Children's Literature
of simple games encourages children to appreciate their strengths and weaknesses,
express feelings, build relationships, and develop confidence. There are
games for all group sizes of children aged three through twelve. Most of
the games require little or no materials-just a playful attitude. Most of
the activities would also be appropriate for children in PreK through second
grade. The book is organized by themes, and each activity includes a code
to help the leader select activities by age and size of the group".
-- S. Latson
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