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.    When children know that they are of value and are important, they perform well in school and are more likely to find success later in life.

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. When children know that they are of value and are important, they perform well in school and are more likely to find success later in life.

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4) This pin is a cute and fun way for kids to think about themselves and what they like about them. This can be used at the beginning or end of the year to build self-esteem.  http://ezproxy.wou.edu:2067/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=4&sid=cd302c7b-37f5-4aac-be90-848bb99d07f9%40sessionmgr4003&hid=4114

4) This pin is a cute and fun way for kids to think about themselves and what they like about them. This can be used at the beginning or end of the year to build self-esteem. http://ezproxy.wou.edu:2067/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=4&sid=cd302c7b-37f5-4aac-be90-848bb99d07f9%40sessionmgr4003&hid=4114

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This is a worksheet to use when counseling students regarding self esteem. Students write things that increase their self esteem on the inside of the "bubble".  On the outside of the bubble, students write things that bring them down, or try to "pop the bubble" of self esteem. Encourage students to remember all of their positive traits whenever someone tries to pop their bubble.  -The School Psychologist Tool Box

This is a worksheet to use when counseling students regarding self esteem. Students write things that increase their self esteem on the inside of the "bubble". On the outside of the bubble, students write things that bring them down, or try to "pop the bubble" of self esteem. Encourage students to remember all of their positive traits whenever someone tries to pop their bubble. -The School Psychologist Tool Box

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