The Can-Do Kid's Journal

Discover Your Confidence Superpower!

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This journal will help kids feel more confident, relaxed and happy in all aspects of their life. Adorned with fun illustrations, it is designed to develop a can-do attitude that encourages 'having a go', accepting that mistakes might be made along the way. From this, kids can develop the mindset to take the small steps needed to make big dreams come true.

Full of practical techniques and fun activities, from drawing and colouring, to thought-provoking questions, this journal from parenting expert Sue Atkins will empower children to build resilience and a growth mindset. It is the perfect tool to help kids find their superpowers and put small changes into practice that will make a big difference to their lives.

£14.99
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Press reviews for: The Can-Do Kid's Journal

Rhiannon, Editor - Nexus Education

"I had the privilege of using Sue Atkins' , 'The Can-Do Kids' Journal for Superheroes. It is a fun and engaging way to build confidence and promote a positive mental attitude. As someone who battles anxiety, I would have benefited from this when I was in school but the advantage is that my daughter would thrive from it now. A must read!"

Laura Henry-Allain International speaker, writer (Creator of the JoJo and GranGran characters) and consultant

"The Can-Do Kid's Journal is a spectacular book for children, which will help them to reflect on and record what they are good at and to focus on their strengths and everything positive in their lives. Sue has mindfully and skilfully used a child-centred approach to develop this resource. The Can-Do Kid's journal is also useful for parents and key adults in the child's life to increase their understanding and to help them to support the child on a day-to-day basis. More importantly, this journal will support children to have their own voice, which will enhance their self-esteem and self-worth. I fully recommend that every child has a copy of The Can-Do Kid's Journal."

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