Mini Positivity and Gratitude Prompt Cards PRINTABLE
Powerful prompts help your child learn helpful thinking patterns and build self esteem and resilience!
Positive Thinking, Growth Mindset, Gratitude, Confidence, Resilience.
What are the Positivity and Gratitude Prompt Cards?
This printable item contains 48 business sized cards (3x2" approx) that are split into two groups that structure helpful thinking patterns and develop a positive mindset.
The Positivity Cards include 24 sentence starters that will support your child to think optimistically, by encouraging them to focus on a goal, challenge, opportunity or simply to expect something positive in their day.
The Gratitude Cards include 24 sentence starters prompts that will encourage gratitude, by supporting your child to reflect positively on their day.
This resource also includes a parent guide to support your use of these cards with your child.
How can these cards help my child?
Is your child struggling with confidence, negative self talk or self esteem?
These cards are designed to provide structure to positive thinking and gratitude and help your child develop resilience.
Research shows that gratitude and mindset have a significant impact on overall wellbeing. We understand that it can be difficult to know how to teach children the thinking skills required to develop a positive mindset. This pack of cards provide easy to use sentence starters, which structure and inspire your child's thinking. Used regularly, your child will learn how to use positivity effectively to overcome unhelpful thinking or challenges.
- 24 Positivity Sentence Starters
- 24 Gratitude Sentence Starters
- A4 and US letter size files
- Parent Guide
What age range does this download suit?
They suit a range of ages from 5 - 1 1years.
THIS IS A DIGITAL ITEM. No physical item will be shipped.
We recommend setting your printer setting to high quality and also using high quality paper.
The PDF file has been created in A4 and US Letter size formats.
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This resources is a supportive, educational resource only and does not replace the advice of a medical professional. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider.