Giving your children the freedom to grow and express their individuality will help them build positive self-esteem. Children learn low self-esteem from others, and by creating a positive environment, they will thrive. Designed for parents and caregivers, Self-Esteem Activities encourages children to accept themselves. When children understand that they are unique and special, they will appreciate others’ differences as well.
The self-esteem developmental activities in this book cover the first six years of your child’s life. By the age of six, children will see that their actions can affect others, own responsibility, and feel confident about themselves. When no one can make a child feel poorly, they are more empowered, and nothing will hold them back from achieving their goals. Implementing these activities early on will set the stage for success throughout their lives.
Authors Angie Rose and Lynn Weiss cover five steps of early childhood development and give parenting tips for positive accountability and how to raise an emotionally healthy child. These self-esteem activities will build a child’s trust, awareness, competence, powerfulness, and self-control. Letting children express themselves through healthy channels also strengthens the bond between parent and child.
Dr. Angie Rose has a Ph.D. in Philosophy who specializes in childhood development and education. She has held administrative roles in public school systems in Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Lynn Weiss is a psychologist who has a private practice and regularly holds speaking engagements. Dr. Weiss received her doctorate from Laurence University in California and had a popular radio show during the 1980s.
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