Self-esteem — a person's sense of worth — is important for success. When children feel confident and secure, they're more likely to succeed in school and achieve personal goals. As they get older, they learn to confront problems and resist peer pressure.
More important, having a positive self-image helps a child feel happy and capable of maintaining personal relationships. Building children's self-esteem is an ongoing part of parenting. Letting children do things for themselves helps them acquire needed skills.
In the class we are going to clear concepts about what is self concept, finding about the good and bad side. We will learn to accept oneself as how we are. And shall Also he teaching how to boost self-esteem/ confidence. There will be activities as well. Discussion on the same topic.
These are 6 activities we will do in the lesson-
Make positive statement in following situation.
Speaking five sentences religiously.
Practice self talk
writing the can'ts and don'ts and reframing it.
Convert the situation by taking positively and negatively.