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The Affirmation Web

$11.95

A Believe in Yourself Adventure Introducing Children to Positive Statements to Build Self-Esteem and Confidence

created by Lori Lite • Illustrated by Helder Botelho in Black & White • ISBN 9781886941250 • Paperback
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The Affirmation Web is a story that teaches younger children how to use affirmations to build self-esteem and confidence.An affirmation is a compliment that you give to yourself. Children follow the forest animals along as they learn to use positive statements. Watch your child’s self-esteem grow with each page.

Children follow the forest animals along as they learn to use affirmations and positive statements. An affirmation is a compliment that you give to yourself. This encouraging story helps children increase their confidence and self-belief. Watch your child’s self-esteem grow with each page. This story is shorter making it ideal for younger children or those with a shorter attention span.

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The Affirmation Web is a story that teaches younger children how to use affirmations to build self-esteem and confidence.
An affirmation is a compliment that you give to yourself. Children follow the forest animals along as they learn to use positive statements. Watch your child’s self-esteem grow with each page.

Children follow the forest animals along as they learn to use affirmations and positive statements. An affirmation is a compliment that you give to yourself. This encouraging story helps children increase their confidence and self-belief. Watch your child’s self-esteem grow with each page. This story is shorter making it ideal for younger children or those with a shorter attention span.

The Affirmation Web is also featured on the Indigo Dreams Audio/CD.

Note to Parent:
I wrote this story to introduce my children to affirmations. Once we were familiar with affirmations we would use them each day before school to set the mood for a positive day. They can be adjusted to your child’s specific situation. Every child has a different emotional maturity, attention span, and need. While the stories are best suited for ages 4-9, do not let this be your primary reason for selecting. You know your child best and remember this is not about the reading level. The focus is on the actual techniques.

“What a wonderful way to help a child build self-esteem and confidence to remind them of all the things that truly make them special.”
— Sandy Weber, 2nd grade teacher Tritt Elementary School