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How To Be Happy

Free happy child with every purchase
(Ages 5+)

  • Engaging exercises to support children’s wellbeing
  • Building self-esteem and resilience with value-based activities
  • A great addition to every child’s bookcase

A colourful and engaging book that encourages interaction as children embark on a range of positive activities. Examples include making mood stones, wishing trees, vision boards and positivity jars.

‘If it is one thing you buy this year make sure it’s Relax Kids How To Be Happy. Our family love it!’ – Belinda

£9.99

Description

Free happy child with every purchase
(Ages 5+)

  • Engaging exercises to support children’s wellbeing
  • Building self-esteem and resilience with value-based activities
  • A great addition to every child’s bookcase

A colourful and engaging book that encourages interaction as children embark on a range of positive activities. Examples include making mood stones, wishing trees, vision boards and positivity jars.

‘If it is one thing you buy this year make sure it’s Relax Kids How To Be Happy. Our family love it!’ – Belinda

Additional information

Weight 0.260 kg
Dimensions 21.5 × 14 × 0.8 cm

3 reviews for How To Be Happy

  1. Amber Sutton

    A treasure chest of ideas to bring love and light to your life.

    This book is a little treasure chest of beautiful, light filled and light generating activities. The day it arrived my daughter and I made a wishing jar – decorated with ribbons and heart stickers, filled with positive affirmations. This book is full of simple and creative activities – making mood stones, a vision board, love tokens. It supports how to build friendships, strengthen family relationships, and generally as the title says “how to be happy.” So simple, so loving. Thank you Marneta.

  2. Amber Sutton

    Lots of lovely ideas for creating a positive atmosphere in your home. You will need to spend some time and money collecting the resources needed for some of the ideas. I would think this book would be useful in the classroom as well during arts and crafts but you’d need to be working with a small group or one to one for a lot of the ideas. You will find lots of inspiration though and may find that some of the activities could be adapted to meet the needs of your class.

  3. Amber Sutton

    The BEST!!
    Love love love this book!!! Fantastic imagery and language. It is now our routine at bedtime to pick one to read. When the kids wake up they tell me about all the dreams they had related to the story we read. I recommend this book to everyone I know!!

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