This Is Me - Dream. Reflect. Inspire.
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$25.00
This beautifully illustrated, guided journal is designed to help tweens tune into their feelings, thoughts and actions, then document them in a safe (lockable) place. The activities are designed to promote positivity and self awareness, as well as strengthening writing and communication skills. Helping kids process their thoughts, providing an opportunity to slow down, unplug and pay attention. 

Packed with 38 engaging prompts, thought-provoking questions and self-reflecting activities, This Is Me celebrates all the things that make a person unique. The journal focusses on topics ranging from ‘Who are you?’ and ‘The world around you’, through to Dreams and Reflections, as well as a bunch of boredom busting  activities too. Using the guided tasks and journaling process children come to better understand their abilities, interests and needs. The journey culminates with the creation of a special time capsule to be cherished forever. 
Read more about "Why Every Tween Needs a Guided Journal" here - by counsellor and psychotherapist Georgina Manning.

Each set includes:
  • 38 self guided activities
  • 1 x 6 colour pen
  • 1 x magic highlighter 
  • 1 x pencil
  • 1 x eraser
  • 2 x sheets of stickers
  • 1 x time capsule envelope
  • lockable case
Suitable for ages 8+
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02/21/2021
Georgina M.
Every Tween Needs a Journal

Keeping a journal has many benefits and I would encourage children to start one. If they are reluctant writers, or don't know where to start a guided journal like this one is a great place to start. Review by Georgina Manning, Director of 'Wellbeing for Kids'.