The great thing about this resource is that it’s kid-friendly. I’ve found that explaining concepts like self-esteem or self-worth can be difficult if you’re not communicating in a child’s language. This site helps with that!
This journal is a PERFECT way to teach children that their self-worth doesn’t rely on them being perfect. The prompts are quite unique and involve destructive behavior (e.g. poking holes in pages, making pictures and then destroying them, etc.), which your students are sure to appreciate!
The author of this post gives both educators and parents some great benefits to journaling in general. I found the resources for creative journaling that she provided at the end of the post to be super useful.
What child in this day and age isn’t fascinated by the idea of superheroes? In this book, educators can learn some pretty cool physical and mental techniques for getting children to self-regulate. This is particularly helpful for children who may have trouble with just jumping into writing their feelings on paper.