Chil­dren’s Well­be­ing Cards Dr Max­ine Therese 28 card deck and guide­book

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The mo­ment I opened the box I thought “My kids are go­ing to LOVE these”, and I wasn’t wrong. Barely out of the box and my boys were keen to get their hands on them, drawn in by the de­light­ful il­lus­tra­tions and vi­brant use of colour. Chil­dren’s Well­be­ing Cards have clearly been de­signed to cap­ture the imag­i­na­tion of their tar­get mar­ket. One ma­jor point of dif­fer­ence with these cards is their shape: in­stead of the usual square or rec­tan­gle-shaped cards, these are cir­cu­lar. It’s a quirky lit­tle de­tail that makes them fun to han­dle and has a tac­tile ap­peal that makes kids want to en­gage with them. Phrases in­clude, “I am great: I hon­our the power within me” and “I am a su­per-hero: if I can dream it I can do it”. What I loved about these cards is their dual pur­pose: they are phrased so that they can be used as af­fir­ma­tion cards and they can also be used to do a two-card read­ing as well, to de­ter­mine ar­eas that might be out of bal­ance with our chil­dren. Par­ents and chil­dren will love these: kids will be re­as­sured by their pos­i­tive mes­sages and par­ents will find them an in­valu­able re­source to help open up dis­cus­sions and gain in­sights into the emo­tional well­be­ing of their chil­dren.

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