The newly launched “My Values Journal” offers a variety of activities to help children establish their personal values. The journal comes in both physical and PDF format and the activities can be completed daily or at the child’s own pace.
More details can be found at https://myvaluesjournal.com
The “My Values Journal” was launched to help children consider topics like morality, mistakes, and aspirations through engaging content, with the ultimate goal of having them become confident and optimistic human beings.
Research shows that journaling at a young age not only improves a child’s writing and communication skills but also helps them develop self-awareness and a deeper connection to themselves. Through self-reflection and evaluation, children also better understand the perspectives of others. Journaling also affords children a private space to explore their imagination and nurture their creativity, both of which are important tools for growth.
Unlike traditional narrative children’s books, the new “My Values Journal” lets children recreate their own experiences. The journal includes a cast of fun and relatable characters who guide the child on their journey. Along the way, the child interacts with a series of stories, inspirational quotes, illustrations, and activities all designed to help them search for deeper meaning.
The diversity of activities in the “My Values Journal” ensures that children will think about topics for far longer than they otherwise would. Embracing a different exercise each day keeps things fresh and exciting, and makes it more likely the child will retain the information.
The “My Values Journal” was created by a group of parents who wanted to see their children grow up to be good adults. They decided to share their product with other parents around the world so they could help their children achieve the same outcomes.
“I’ve watched my daughter journal religiously in her ‘My Values Journal’ and her emotional development over that time has been staggering,” said a satisfied parent. “As parents, we often want to thrust our morals and values onto our children, which is fine, but I think there’s an even greater benefit in children coming to some of those realizations themselves. I’ve certainly noticed it with my daughter.”
Interested parties can find additional information at https://myvaluesjournal.com
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