Teaching Children Positive Mindsets and Wellbeing: Win 1 of 2 Grow Mindful Books by Aaron Bailey & Nancy Cameron
We’re more aware these days of the importance of improving children’s wellbeing for their mental health.
This information wasn’t as widespread years ago.
Many from my generation and older lack the skills or awareness needed to improve their wellbeing.
I struggle myself due to many lessons I didn’t learn as a child, so want to reduce this pattern happening for my son.
We’ve explored various ways to support his mental health, to increase his emotional intelligence so he will be able to notice and vocalise whenever he may need support.
Aaron Bailey and Nancy Cameron have created an interactive activity book to teach children the importance of gratitude and affirmations.
The idea for the book came from their own childhoods.
Cameron spent a long time struggling to control and communicate her emotions due to trauma as a child.
She learnt techniques to reduce this struggle when working within schools years later.
Bailey learnt the power of calming strategies, such as meditation, to improve his thought process during stressful situations.
Grow Mindful aims to help children boost their confidence and self-esteem, using strategies to build their resilience and inner happiness.
The book is for children aged 6-11 and comes with stickers, bookmarks, pencils and a dice.
Teaching kids to employ a growth mindset helps them to keep composure during stressful situations.
This book offers fun activities that help maintain and create positive thought patterns for improving children’s wellbeing.
To celebrate this book, I have two copies to give away!
Giveaway (ends 12 Jan 2022)
To be in with a chance to win one of these books, please complete the form below.
This giveaway ends 12/1/2022.
A winner will be selected at random from verified entries.
Email addresses will not be used for anything else, or passed on without permission.
UK residents only, aged 18 or over.
It’s the sole responsibility of Bailey and Cam to provide a prize to the winner and NOT Single Parent Pessimist.
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