These positive affirmations for kids are a great way to let kids know that you appreciate them and that you’re cheering them on, no matter what challenges they face.
If you live or work with kids, you know the importance of attention – kids thrive on it. As adults and caregivers, when we focus on kids’ positive characteristics, behaviors, and achievements and when we support and reassure them through challenges and frustrations, we become one of the most important keys to self-regulation and healthy development.
Caregivers play a crucial role in supporting the development of self-regulation throughout childhood. There are tons of great activities to support self-regulation as well as fun self-regulation toys and games.
Printable Cards: Positive Affirmations for Kids
Today, we wanted to share a super simple addition to the self-regulation toolkit you use in your classroom, home, or therapy practice. These printable cards with positive affirmations for kids are a great way to let kids know that you appreciate them and that you’re cheering them on, no matter what challenges they face.
There cards are great for all occasions and include fun designs and sayings like:
-I love your smile!
-You crack me up!
-I’m here if you need me.
-I see how hard you’re working!
-You just blew my mind!
-I’m sorry you’re having a hard day. You’re not alone.
How to Use the Positive Affirmations for Kids
The free pack includes 3 pages of printable cards that can be used in a variety of different ways, including:
-Simply printing on card stock to give away whenever your kiddos need to hear from you.
-Printing on card stock and laminating to create a little keepsake that last a little longer than just a day or two.
-Printing on card stock, laminating, and punching a hole in each. Provide each student or child with a key ring where they can store their affirmation cards as they collect them. Perfect for hanging on a backpack zipper or keeping in a coat pocket for an instant pick-me-up!
-Printing on sticker paper to make your own set of affirmation stickers for your kids or students to wear or stick on their folders or planners to give them a little boost when they need it most.
-Print on card stock and add sticky-back magnets to the back of each. The magnets are great for hanging on the side of a metal desk or taking home to hang on the fridge!
So many fun and easy ways to use these simple cards in the classroom, therapy room, or home! We can’t wait to hear how you put them into practice! Leave us a comment below to let us know!
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