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Confident Kids!: Take Responsibility

Honor Head, Jennifer Jamieson

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For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 6 years, Personal & social issues: self-awareness & self-es

Find out how to be more grown up and take responsibility with this fun guide to becoming a more confident you!

Every day you have to make choices. Part of growing up is making the right choices and taking responsibility for those choices. Taking responsibility helps you to become more independent. It means you can be trusted to do what you say you will do, or what others have asked you to do. Being responsible means others can count on you.

Short comic-strip stories featuring a diverse range of characters show you how to deal with different situations. Sound non-fiction advice will help you to learn best ways to become more responsible by learning how to plan, think about others feelings, be helpful, look after your belongings and others', saying sorry when you make a mistake and looking after the environment.

The consultant, Sarah Davis, is qualified in child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and provides counselling support for children, young adults and parents.

Includes notes for parents and teachers about how to most effectively use the books at home or in the classroom.

The 'Confident Kids' series is perfect for children aged 7-11, teaching children important life skills to help them manage their social and emotional health now and in the future. The clear, bright design and light-hearted humorous artwork make these engaging guides to help children boost self-esteem and grow up with confidence.

Titles in the series: Keep Safe; Persevere; Respect Others; Take Responsibility; Understand Emotions; Understand Money

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