ZONE IN - Wellbeing habits for kids

ZONE IN - Wellbeing habits for kids

A colourful interactive journal designed for children aged 8 -12 years of age. The journal provides practical strategies to help children navigate the complexities of social connections and emotional regulation. It challenges children to reflect on their self-talk and develop a growth mindset to build resilience and self-esteem.

User-friendly, simple, practical strategies to set up positive daily habits for life. This book brings together the latest research on neuroplasticity and positive psychology to kickstart a wellbeing practice.

$19.95 (1 – 24 copies)

$15.95 (25-99 copies)

$12.95 (100+ copies)

Teaching programs available when purchasing 25 or more, contact us to find out more.

$19.95

A WELLNESS PROGRAM and journal for children 8 – 12 years old that covers:

  • Resilience and connection
  • Gratitude and acts of kindness
  • Growth mindset and character strengths
  • Self-talk and self-esteem
  • Mindfulness
  • Screens or nature

THE 21-DAY JOURNAL:

  • Has self-explanatory notes,
  • illustrations and practical activities
  • Can be used in your own home
  • Can be used by any teacher
  • Has a variety of mindfulness techniques and colouring

BONUS ACTIVITIES

With bonus activities to help achieve balance and set goals

A KEEPSAKE JOURNAL

The journal introduces the reader to a variety of mindfulness techniques, and takes them on a journey of self-discovery where they learn about their character strengths and the importance of finding out what they are good at and celebrating their achievements.

It also focuses on the effects of screen time versus nature time, and the effects of sleep, nutrition and movement on mental health. The use of a reflective weekly planner encourages the reader to set goals for positive change.

Illustrations not only evoke positive emotions but entice the reader to colour in to reinforce the messages in the book. With plenty of room for writing and reflecting, this journal is a keep sake that will serve as a reference for many years to come.

Wellbeing is a practice not a destination.