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Because We're Worth It: Enhancing Self-Esteem in Young Children

by Margaret Collins Lucky Duck Publishing
Pub Date:
12/2003
ISBN:
9781873942093
Format:
Pbk 108 pages
Price:
AU$62.00 NZ$62.61
Product Status: Available in Approx 14 days
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From the author of the best selling Circle Time for the Very Young comes another delightful book. Aimed at 4 to 9 year olds it offers the teacher a host of practical ideas to enhance childrens self-esteem.

This book seeks to help teachers deliver that part of the national curriculum devoted to helping children to value themselves, to understand their own character, strengths and weaknesses, and to use their talents and opportunities. The book has 10 sections that cover the requirements of the national curriculum, helping children to:

• develop relationships
• take responsibility
• feel positive.

Teaching resource (10 sessions) for ages 4 to 9

Introduction
What You Get in This Book
The Ten Sections
What's Your Name?
We're Worth It
Friendship
Body Language
Intercommunication
Explore Feelings
Confidence Building
Look at Relationships
Empathy and Sympathy
Try, Co-operate and Succeed
Bring it all Together
Conclusion

'This is a very practical book that is easy to follow and would be a welcome addition to a teacher's resource list. I would suggest that a lot of these activities are already used in most school environments but that teachers may not realize the real benefits for the child' - Nursery World
Margaret Collins is a former headteacher of infant and first schools. She is now Senior Visiting Fellow in the School of Education at the University of Southampton. She researches children's perceptions of health education topics, writes teaching materials for children, books and articles on PSHE.