Positive affirmations are a great way to teach students to use the coping skill of positive self-talk.
Here are a few of the activities you can do with these affirmations:
I “CAN” Can:
Keep affirmations in a decorative can or container. Use the affirmations to identify what they student has control over.
Have the child select three affirmations to say to themselves three times a day for one week. Use the affirmation log to track progress. Use the affirmation sort worksheet to help select affirmations that I right for the student.
Use each of the affirmations to discuss personal responsibility, self-control, and positive attitude.
Select positive affirmations to replace negative self-talk. Example: I can’t do anything right -> I try to learn from my mistakes.
You may also be interested in the following activities:
Coping Skills Bingo Game
Coping Skills: Making Good Choices Activity
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