‘WOW’ Board for Children – to help self-esteemProduct code: KC02a
£12.99 exc. VAT
The ‘WOW’ board has been developed for primary school aged children who need a self-esteem boost or who need to recognise that they are making progress in their work and at school in general. It can be used with mainstream children or for those with SEN. It is to help them see that despite any challenges they have they are still very capable and are advancing in their learning despite not feeling that way.
Regular use of the board will help primary school children to:
- develop a healthy self-esteem
- take pride in their abilities
- see they can overcome difficulties
- recognize the good things that happen to them
- learn from not very nice experiences
- start to talk more about their day with others
MAKE THE ‘WOW’ BOARD A DAILY HABIT
You can sit with your child or they can fill in the board on their own. Keep it in their bedroom or in a family room -the best place would be somewhere they will see the board every day before school and before they go to bed to remind them how well their day went. At the end of the week your child will be able to look at their ‘WOW’ board and see that good things happen to them.
The ‘WOW’ board can be used as and when you feel your child needs it or they can use it as part of their daily life. A huge benefit is that your child is able to look back and remind themselves of the good things that have happened in previous weeks and see that life is not always against them.
The ‘WOW’ board can also be used generally as a prompt for children to remember what they did that day.
There are six months of ‘WOW’ pages within the pack.
WHAT DO PARENTS THINK ABOUT THE ‘WOW’ BOARD?
‘Using the WOW board has really boosted the way my son feels about life. He can see that good things happen to him’ – James’s dad, London
‘Hannah really loves filling in the board. It helps her remember what happened in her day’ – Keren, Herts
‘The WOW board has certainly improved the communication between us. I hear more now about her day than I ever have’ – Rachel, London
‘My daughter is starting to feel good about who she is and is generally happier. I caught her smiling when she was looking back at the weeks she had filled in’ – Mrs B