Paperback Book: Learning to Like the Kid in the Mirror: Breakthrough Activities and Strategies Series

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student esteem bookLearning to Like the Kid in the Mirror

Breakthrough Strategies to
Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth Series

Behavior and Classroom Management
Lesson Plans and Reproducible Worksheets

 

This Volume Has 20 K-12 Lesson Plans
Plus Behavior and Classroom Management Worksheets
 

Including

  • Is Esteem More Than Just a Lot of Hot Air?
  • Everybody Knows Somebody Who Doesn’t Like Them Sometimes
  • Deciding My Own Opinion of Me
  • Building Esteem is an Inside Job
  • Even Winners Sometimes Lose…plus 15 more lessons, many with worksheets

self-esteem lesson plansLearning to Like the Kid in the Mirror has heart-warming, hard-to-resist lessons and attention-grabbing worksheets that build students’ self-esteem.

This book gives you the best, most irresistible lessons to build esteem in children and teens. These fun, engaging activities are gentle, light ways to teach kids to value themselves.

These lessons are especially appropriate for children who have struggled with abusive homes, major challenges, crisis, trauma, or other debilitating family problems. These social skills lesson plans and accompanying printable worksheets draw in recalcitrant students. Many worksheets use cartoons to reach kids who otherwise might be too withdrawn, too negative or too oppositional to properly participate.

Learning to Like the Kid in the Mirror is designed for the classroom, group room, office or home, and for use by anyone who wants to assist a child with low self-esteem. Inside this book are the most innovative, most compelling strategies to powerfully and rapidly impact the self-worth of children and youth.

Whether you are a school counselor, social worker, group home worker, child therapist, family counselor or foster parent, stop struggling to build self-esteem. Let the remarkable lesson plans and printable worksheets in Learning to Like the Kid in the Mirror speed the process of helping your students discover their value and self-worth despite the difficulties life has dealt them.

Learning to Like the Kid in the Mirror is full of unexpected, thought-provoking self-esteem activities that can help even abused and abandoned youngsters to “bloom where they’re planted.”

What kind of year will it be without these problem-stopping answers?

 

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About Ruth Herman Wells
Author/Trainer Ruth Herman Wells, M.S. is the director of Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. In 2011, Ruth was rated as a Top 10 U.S. K-12 educational and motivational speaker by Speakerwiki and Speakermix. She is the author of several book series, a columnist, adjunct professor for two universities, and a popular keynote speaker and workshop presenter. Ruth's dozens of books includes Temper and Tantrum Tamers and Turn On the Turned-Off Student.