3-Month Daily Journal For Children.
This beautifully illustrated daily action journal is easy to use. It is based on the principle of promoting healthy habits every day to ensure your child’s stability, good health and contentment in the future.
With the help of Kiki and Friends, your child is encouraged to look for the positive, spend time being mindful and reflect on how they feel. Based on Kiki’s signature red headband for confidence, Kiki’s I CAN Journal for Kids
- cultivates your child’s daily sense of achievement
- increases their self-belief and
- boosts their sense of self-worth.
- builds up an I CAN attitude
Using scientifically proven methods to nurture a growth mindset and promote positivity, your child will develop healthy daily habits for life in just a few minutes every day.
1. Kiki’s Challenges
A new challenge every day: to inspire your child to see things from a different perspective and become more aware.
Each challenge encourages them to learn, notice or step out of their normal zone. It broadens their horizons and nurtures their confidence.
2. Dali’s Doodles
Simple and soothing: Colouring in is a an assured way of switching off from worries and thoughts. We’ve all enjoyed this simple activity as children. Being mindful and relaxed doesn’t have to be complicated. Focusing on the colouring in and the images helps to switch off any negative chatter in your child’s mind and takes them down a path of creative imagination.
3. “Mighty Me” Missions
I have yet to meet a child who doesn’t enjoy challenging themselves—or competing with other children, especially siblings. These easy exercises and balancing “missions” engage your child’s desire to succeed and nurture the habit of doing physical activity every day.
4. Kiki’s Caring Kids
Caring is an essential life skill: Our children should learn to care not just for others, but for themselves and the world they live in. Each month Kiki encourages your child to explore each of these areas in turn. At the end they even get a Certificate of Achievement to further consolidate the importance of what they have done.
Here are just 3 the reasons why caring is so important:
- caring for yourself engenders self-respect, which in turn fosters respect for others, animals, objects, plants, other people’s efforts and things around you
- learning about your planet helps you appreciate and value it more
- being more compassionate towards others decreases your sense of self-importance and nurtures an attitude of understanding (less focus on the self makes us happier)
And much more…
Plus motivational quotes, daily prompts for inner reflection, gratitude and increased awareness, bonus activities… And of course Dali’s mood metre!
Nothing prepares us as parents for all the new stresses our children may face.
To help provide support, Wellness Mentor and children’s author Francesca Hepton designed this journal to gently guide your child into a world of positivity and build a foundation of daily healthy habits. If you want to raise confident children, spend 5 minutes a day with them and Kiki’s I CAN Journal for Kids. They have fun and want to do it every day as they don’t realise how much they are learning: consistency pays and your child plays.
“The size of the actual book is just right, not too big/small. Easy to pocket in handbag and carry anywhere so the child has a productive way to spend time while waiting (instead of just being glued to the iPad!)”
“My niece looked forward to doing it, then gets distracted with something else halfway. But after about a week of continuously doing it, she actively asks for the journal to write/colour/draw. I’m happy to see her interact positively with the book. Some bits were challenging for her at first, but it’s good not to make it easy for them.”
“He loves it. I was concerned at first cos he completed parts, skips a page, then comes back to it. I think he’s just curious as to what each page hold. Once he’s done with one page, he’s eager to start another.”
“Helps with motor skills too, colours IN the lines (which is an achievement because she used to just scribble) this is noticeable in the YOUR TURN part of the drawings.”
“More open to expressing herself. After deep breaths, she’s able to articulate if she’s “angry” or “sad” instead of just throwing a tantrum.”
“Although my grandaughter has always been a bubbly personality, after learning to sit down and spend time to recognise emotions, positivity, and cute pictures, she’s calmer and is able to sit down for a longer time. She responded well to the Tiny Listening bit. During an outburst by her little sister, she said ‘Tiny is listening. What is wrong?’ I thought I misheard her but she meant the characters in the book. She was imitating their empathy and I thought that was really fascinating to see.”
“Kiki’s I CAN journal is a an excellent way to allow a child to learn how to journal at a young age.”
“I can see his level of engagement grow week by week. It fluctuates throughout the week itself but there is interest in wanting to doodle in his “Red Book“.”
Even though Katie has not read any other Kiki and Friends stories, she made up their backstories – great for their imagination!”
“It helped increase my child’s vocabulary, such as spelling the word CONFIDENCE.”
“It’s a good tool to explore her creativity and I appreciate having this opportunity to spend time with her and watching her grow.”
“I liked the fact it focused on one area per week. I think it helped to cement a routine so it’s good that it wasn’t too much to do in one go.”
“My daughter has a younger sister (2 years old) and I’ve noticed that when the 2 year-old reacts negatively to a situation, my daughter is able to placate her little sister by asking “are you feeling sad or angry?” Prior to the journaling, she didn’t interact in that manner so I think it helps her understand situations and read them better as well as be more self-aware. I hope this would encourage other kids too.”
Note to grown-ups/journal buddies
This is not a diary. It is not a personal development tool. It is a proven way to illicit hidden feelings, promote emotional intelligence and consolidate a positive, confident attitude among children under 8. Its message and effects work indirectly. It must be delivered as an activity book. Not a chore with the promise of changing the child or “fixing” them. No child is broken. Every child is beautiful. Let’s help them see that. Ideal for children aged 4 to 7. Younger ones will need help with writing.
BY POPULAR DEMAND also available in blue!