Big Life Journal
Big Life Journal is a journal for children ages 6-12. This book is a fabulous resource for the parent or teacher with, providing a guided journey towards developing a growth mindset, perseverance, life-long learning, gratitude, and much more...
BIG LIFE JOURNAL TEEN VERSION ALSO AVAILABLE.
BIG LIFE JOURNAL FOR CHILDREN
Packed with stories, poems, quotes, illustrations and writing prompts, this guided journal is the world's first growth mindset book created specifically for children.
Growth mindset activities help children recognize their ability to learn and motivates them to harness the power of their own mind.
It can help children learn to embrace challenges, to persevere, and how to grow from mistakes and failures.
Through stories kids will get inspired by failures and successes of people like Elon Musk, J.K. Rowling, Walt Disney, and others.
The guided children's journal is broken down into 26 weeks with each week covering a new theme or topic including:
Make a Difference in the World
Follow Your Heart
You Are Not What You Have
Believe in Yourself
Effort is Key
Failure is Learning
A BEAUTIFUL, DURABLE JOURNAL AND KEEPSAKE
This beautiful guided journal for children has a hardcover for durability and is made of over 200 pages of high quality paper, making it a great keepsake for your children as they grow older.
The book lays flat when opened so it's easy for kids to write and draw in, and has a sewn-in satin ribbon bookmark so it's easy for them to find out where they left off.
THE JOURNAL IS A CONNECTION TOOL TOO
Sometimes we get caught up in the routines (homework, dinner, bath, etc.) and there's no time for deep, meaningful conversations about life, the world, and the important things in life.
Big Life Journal creates time for you to sit together with your child and really communicate.
A child chooses a Journal Buddy (a parent or a grandparent) to share the journal with. Together with a Journal Buddy, they embark on the journey of exploring life-changing concepts like optimism, persistence, and embracing failure.