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Positive Affirmations for Kids + Printable

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I’ve been writing quite a bit about back to school lately. From calming those back-to-school jitters to clever school lunch hacks, there are several ways to help ease into the new routine. Starting each day on a positive note is so important, and as parents, we can help our children understand the importance of taking ownership of their own attitudes and embracing everything that is positive about each day.

One way I love to do this is by stating positive affirmations with my kids each day. I find that saying one positive thing in the morning helps them feel great about themselves. I know that this confidence carries over into their school day. It’s just another example of how having the right foundation can be so impactful on our kids’ each and every day.

Breakfast is another really important piece of the puzzle when it comes to starting the day on a good note.

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My kids love Odom’s Tennessee Pride Snack Size Sausage and Buttermilk Biscuits, and I love knowing they have eaten a protein-packed breakfast that will keep them feeling full and happy as they go into their school day.

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It doesn’t hurt at all that I can make this breakfast in less than a minute. On those busy mornings when we’re all running around like crazy people that is beyond priceless.

As I mentioned above, I love starting our morning by stating a positive affirmation. I keep this little list of positive affirmations for kids in my purse, and we all choose one in the care before I drop the kids off. I wrote these positive affirmations for my kids, but honestly, it does me good to state them as well. It’s a great reminder to our kids they are loved, special and unique in their own ways.

You can also print this list and cut the affirmations out. Place one in your child’s lunch box each day as a special reminder that you care and that they are awesome! Click the image below to download these free positive affirmations printable for kids!

Positive Affirmations Printable for Kids - Share these encouraging statements with your kids int he morning before school starts, or cut them out and put them into their lunch boxes as a special note.

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Do you do anything special to help your kids have a great day at school? I’d love to hear more tips and ideas on how I can continue to encourage my kids to have a positive outlook on life and to make the most of each and every day.

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5 comments

  1. When I visit my mom I like to buy her Odom’s Tennessee Pride Snack Size Sausage and Buttermilk Biscuits because they are the perfect breakfast size for her and she doesn’t like eggs which are on most of the other breakfast sandwiches. When my daughter was younger we each use to take a turn saying one thing we were grateful for each day.

  2. This is a great reminder that kids need to hear these good words, and build themselves up. Those biscuits also look really yummy too! 

  3. Helping your child build a strong confidence is so important. It always starts at home. I love the idea of starting them off each day with a positive affirmation. It really does help them have a great day, but also reminds them that no matter what happens while they are away from home, that Mom and Dad believe in them. 

  4. That is so wonderful. With all of the negative messages in the world and all the bullying, our kids need this now more than ever. 

  5. It is so very important to give kids positive affirmation. I try to let my daughter know she is doing a great job, and I encourage her a lot.

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