It has been such a trying year for our children (and parents!). Kiki thought it might be nice to make a surprise treat for them. Yes it’s true. The best things in life are free, that is why we are offering this amazing advent calendar completely free (plus it’s digital so covid-friendly!). There is a challenge or activity behind each window.
This beautifully illustrated daily action journal is easy to use. 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.
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.
Kiki’s I CAN Journal for Kids: Based on Kiki’s signature red headband for confidence.
Kiki and Friends can help your child become fearless, caring and roar with a lion’s confidence. Let’s help get them ready for an ever-changing world. Let’s give them the gift of inner confidence for life.
“The journals Francesca created were incredibly beneficial for pupil wellbeing and they were particularly useful to help support pupils who were transitioning from year six to year seven. This is a crucial time in a young person’s life and therefore to start the PSHE year using these journals really reinforced some key themes that are necessary for development and managing the ‘self.’” Try it with your child with this free 6-week positivity journal.
In this story children will see how the friends work together to make the plan work. Kiki may do the superhero stuff and fight the eye-patch cat but her plan is based on using everyone’s skills: Banjo’s strength for the chains, Piero’s creativity and charm to distract the other cats, etc.
Kiki and Friends help move your children into a place of giving and caring. Let your children feel part of something bigger than themselves – like the world and all the amazing animals in it.
Not one bit of me wanted to go near the lice on my son’s head. But I realised he was counting on me. If I stayed paralysed with an expression of disgust smudged across my face, I was only going to do something no parent wants to do: pass on my fears and damage his self-esteem. I had to stop passing on my fears and start being a strong mother!