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With this Fairy Garden playset you can create a magical home and garden for the fairies, the mouse and the Unicorn to live in.
The set comes with everything you need to create the garden, including grass seeds and purple cress. The only thing you will need to purchase is the compost, luckily we already had some but compost can easily be bought at a garden centre or even your local supermarket.
Mum had a quick look through the instruction booklet so I knew what we needed to do, and the first thing we needed to do was add compost to the the fairy garden bowl so mum went and fetched the compost bag and we both added the soil into the bowl together, patting and smoothing it down with my own garden trowel.
Then we added some of the coloured pebbles that came with it and sewed the seeds.
We had to build the bridge and put the seat in the little cute caravan and put stickers on the string to make the pretty bunting.
The grass and cress grows really quick but you have to keep it watered and it might be best to put outside because our soil went mouldy so we had to start again and used our own seeds, it’s nice for playing with it’s pretty and it teaches you about gardening so I liked it a lot.
- PRODUCT: My Fairy Garden Unicorn Garden
- PRICE: £19.99
- PLACE TO BUY: Amazon
- RECOMMEDED AGE: 4 years and up w/ adult supervision (Manufacturer recommends 18months and up)
- MATERIAL: Plastic
- NUMBER OF PIECES: 8
- DIMENSIONS: 12.5 inches (H) x 6.0 inches (W) x 16.0 inches (D)
- WEIGHT: 2.5 pounds
- MY UNICORN ELLIE RATING: 9 out of 10
Self-esteem means you mostly feel good about yourself.
Kids with self-esteem:
- Feel proud of what they can do
- See the good things about themselves
- Believe in themselves, even when they don’t do well at first
- Feel liked and accepted
- Accept themselves, even when they make mistakes
Low self-esteem means you don’t feel very good about yourself.
Kids with low self-esteem:
- Don’t think they are as good as others
- Don’t feel liked or accepted
- Think more about the times they fail, than the times they do well
- Don’t notice the good things about themselves
- Are hard on themselves and give up easily
Which one seems more like you?
Self-Esteem is really important
Here are three things to know about self-esteem:
- Self-esteem helps you. It gives you the courage to try new things. Or make new friends. With self-esteem, you believe in yourself. You know that good things can happen when you try. Self-esteem helps you when things don’t go your way. It helps you accept mistakes. If you miss the soccer goal or lose a library book, you don’t get too mad at yourself. You just try again. You find a way to do better.
- Low self-esteem can hurt you. It makes kids feel unsure. They don’t think they can do things well. With low self-esteem, kids might not try. They might not go after their goals. They might be afraid to fail. Low self-esteem makes losing seem worse than it is. It makes mistakes seem bigger than they are. It makes it hard to get over things that don’t go well. Instead of trying again, kids with low self-esteem might give up.
- You can build your self-esteem. Self-esteem can start with things parents say when a kid is very young. A parent might tell a baby, “Look what you can do — you’re walking all by yourself!” Being told good things makes the baby feel proud and feel good. As you get older, self-esteem can grow. Parents and teachers can let you know they see good things in you. Friends can help you feel liked. You can build your own self-esteem too. Notice when you try new things. Notice when you learn to do something. Did you try a new sport? Did you learn to ride a bike, play a song, or do a math problem? Be happy and proud. You don’t have to brag out loud, but you can give yourself a quiet little high-five. Yay, you!
How to Build Your Self-Esteem
Try these steps:
- Make a list of the stuff you’re good at. Can you draw or sing? Are you a good reader? Are you good at a sport? Do you tell a good joke? If you’re having trouble with your list, ask a parent or friend to help you with it.
- Practice the things you do well. Think of ways you can do some of the things you’re already good at every day.
- Turn “I can’t” into “I can!” Does the little voice in your head tell you “I’m no good at this” or “I can’t do it”? Or “It’s too hard for me”? That’s you thinking badly about yourself. Decide to change your mind. Think, “I can give it a try,” “I can handle this.” Think, “I’ll give it my best.” Think, “I’ll ask someone to help me do this.”
- Always try your best. You can feel good about yourself when you give something a good try. When you try hard, your self-esteem will grow.
- Spend time with people who love you. Do things you enjoy with your parent or family. It helps you know you belong so that builds self-esteem.
- Help out. Do nice things for parents. Help with meals, clean up, or feed the pet. When you do kind things, you feel good about yourself. You get to see that what you do means a lot.
- Talk. Talk about good things and bad things if you have any problems and get help to sort them out.
Heres a worksheet you can print out to to check out your own self esteem!