Self-Esteem Elephant Resource Book
Character Development and Self-Esteem Elephant which is a Children’s Character Development Resource Book Meet the Award Winning National Promising Practice Recipient Self-Esteem Elephant. In this character development resource book you’ll find reproducible materials which children easily relate to, helping them to internalize and understand what it is to be proud of who you are. Be a social worker, a parent, an educator or home school family, you will find ways to teach a child to be of good character with these winning and empowering techniques. Soon this character trait will be referenced in daily language and will fit into any lesson being taught. Self-Esteem Elephant easily engages a child with these reproducible activities to teach self-esteem in various ways such as: • Taking pride in your school work • Surrounding yourself with people you are proud to know • Pride vs. boasting • Courage & Confidence • Always be proud of who you are • Always be proud if you tried • Words of encouragement This Self-Esteem Elephant Resource Book is filled with reproducible templates, black and white posters, charts, various worksheets, incentives, evaluations, stationary, journal ideas, writing prompts, assessments, suggestions and lessons. There are plenty of activities and ideas to empower a child to be proud of who they are like Self-Esteem Elephant. Encourage your child to write a letter to Self-Esteem Elephant using the enclosed stationary to help reinforce this trait, communication skills and literacy. Self-Esteem Elephant has helped to improve the whole school climate and culture in a short period of time. Conversations heard from the students by the staff were a constant reminder that Self-Esteem Elephant was being internalized daily and would last a lifetime to help a child make better choices in their decisions. If you liked Self-Esteem Elephant, then be sure to check out his good friends: Warm-Hearted Walrus, Behavior Bear, Do’er Duck, Healthy Hippo, Friendship Frog, Manners Monkey, Self-Esteem Elephant and Respectful Rabbit.