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What kid do you know who doesn't love a good old fashioned fortune teller? This paper craft game will not only have your students begging to play more, but will also help them build their self-esteem, as they reflect on and devise a plan-of-action to increase self-confidence and belief of their unconditional value and worthiness of connection, love & belonging.
*4 do-it-yourself, customizable & colorable self-esteem fortune tellers
*4 ready-to-go self-esteem fortune tellers, in both color and black and white
*"50 Ways to Build Self-Esteem To-Do List" containing 50 different statements (one for younger students, one for older students) that students can refer to when designing their own, unique cootie catcher.
*Assembly Instructions and Directions on How to Play.
*Lesson Plan for classroom and guidance lessons, Aligned with ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors
*The "Take Flight And Soar" ready-made
fortune teller is perfect to use in solution-focused counseling sessions or student-teacher-parent conferences for goal-oriented conversations.
* Ways to Build Self-Esteem Posters (2 different styles for older and younger students)
Why Teach About and Support Young People to Build Self-Esteem?
Although the dictionary says that self-esteem is a noun, I prefer to think of it as a verb. Self-esteem is an ACTION. We have to PRACTICE and DO self-esteem to have self-esteem. Backed by evidence-based research, The "50 Ways to Build Self-Esteem To-Do List" that is included in this fortune teller package will help young (and older) people devise a plan-of-action to step into their power and start Self-Esteeming!
Ways to Use These "Self-Esteem" Fortune Tellers
Designed as a "one-size-fits-all" product, this package can be used as a lesson, activity in small groups, and as an individual counseling intervention! Use these building self-esteem fortune tellers as part of your community-building and social emotional curriculum. Not only fun for classroom lessons, these fortune tellers are also great for school counselors to use in small groups and individual counseling sessions.
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