This small group counseling resource contains self esteem games, self esteem activities, task cards, and worksheets to help children ages 9 to 14 learn how to value their worth and gain more self-confidence.
This product can be used in multiple ways! It can be an opportunty for students to write and share/discuss, or even as a bingo game in a small group! Like my "Self-Esteem Dice Game, this is a solution-focused activity focused on positive things to help wi
Growth mindset worksheet - changing negative thoughts into positive ones . I love how even the positive but stagnant thought "I'm awesome at this" can be changed to remind students that we are all growing.
(use this printable bingo sheet for activity) Time: 30 minutes Contraindications: low vision, decreased attention, decreased cognition OT Goal: Pt. will identify at least 5 self esteem builder tasks while playing self esteem bingo.
Low self-esteem is related to many issues such poor self-image. It discourages productivity and hampers action. It is also responsible for “chronic” unhappiness. Here are some no-nonsense tips to deal with low self-esteem.
This self respect lesson includes activities and printables. It can be used by teachers or guidance counselors in whole group or small group settings. I use it for a girls' group. It works well with character education programs. Includes 22 page interact
Do you need a little pick me up? If you are feeling “blue” and could use a figurative “pat on the back,” consider using free printable self esteem worksheets. By recording things you like about yourself, you’ll be reminded of how awesome you are and be ou
The Self-Esteem Card Game was designed as a Solution Focused Counseling intervention tool. Not only perfect for rapport-building and starting meaningful conversations, it is a non-threatening assessment tool, focusing on the assets and goals of client (or