Junior Journal: Age 6-12
3-month journal, A5 size, 128 pages, premium 100 gsm responsibly sourced paper, soft binding, lie flat.
The HappySelf Journal is a daily journal for children aged 6 to 12, based on scientifically proven methods that promote happiness, develop healthy habits for life and nurture enquiring minds. Beautifully illustrated and easy to use, with just a few minutes focus each day, children benefit by being encouraged to express gratitude, reflect on their emotions and think about their actions.
- High-quality responsibly sourced paper is pencil, pen and crayon friendly
- Plenty of space for different handwriting styles and enough space to draw for those children who prefer to draw their answers
- Not too much writing involved and includes fun doodling pages to explore emotions and develop self-awareness
- Tested on kids ages 6 to 12 to make sure the design and contents work across the age group
- High quality binding and A5 size make it lovely to touch and easy to hold in smaller hands
- Undated so it doesn’t matter if you skip a day. Start whenever you want and use daily or whatever pattern suits you
- The journal has a soft lie flat binding to make it easy to write in
- PROMOTES GRATITUDE: Keeping a gratitude journal is a scientifically proven happiness practice. An activity for kids to access easily from the safety and comfort of their own environment in just a few minutes a day.
- FOSTERS A GROWTH MINDSET FOR KIDS: Encouraging a positive learning mindset at home or at school (our journals are becoming increasingly popular among schools and teachers) increases confidence, self-awareness and self-belief.
- SUPPORTS CHILD SELF AWARENESS: The ability for children to express their emotions, thoughts and feelings is directly linked to happiness. Discover how their day went at school and share special moments together just before bedtime.
- ADVOCATES MINDFULNESS: Pen and paper mindfulness activities can help to reduce the amount of time spent online. Use the HappySelf Junior journal to guide your child to stay ‘in the moment’.
- ENCOURAGES KINDNESS: Studies show that behaviour leading to the enhanced welfare of others promotes increased physical and mental wellbeing.