365 Positive Affirmations for Kids Mirror Notes or Bulletin Board:
These positive affirmations for kids are perfect for setting up an affirmation station! You’ll get monthly notes (one note for each day of the year) to place on a bulletin board, around a mirror, or in a binder ring.
These affirmations are perfect for any classroom, counselor’s office, or common area in your school. You will find 365 cards in black-and-white (print of colored paper or print on white paper and allow students to decorate the borders).
Research indicates that there is a positive correlation between positive affirmations and self-esteem.
With a page of ideas for use, you can easily implement these affirmations.
This file contains the following:
- 365 Affirmation Cards (in black-and-white)
- Ideas for Classroom Use
- Reflection Printable
- Monthly Lists of Affirmations
NOTE: This file does NOT contain color versions of the affirmations (the cards seen on the cover were printed on bright paper).
This PDF file contains 109 pages.
Jenni Yingling –
This makes a beautiful display on my wall for my kids to use whenever they need!!
Grade School Scholars –
These look great on color card stock. I cannot wait to use them every day with my students!
Jen Harford –
Bianca O –
This is such a great resource that cheers up students and reminds them to be positive!
Vassiliki B –
Printed these on coloured cardstock and laminated. I have one up and change it daily. The pupils read it and talk about it, great for positive vibes in the classroom.
Victoria D –
Loved this resources! I am all about self kindness and this has lead to a-lot of fun activities in my room.
Intervention Island –
I love these messages. Great Resource!
Brooksie’s Creations –
Margaret F –
Such a perfect resource! I have been searching for a quality resource on
Growth Mind Set to work with my own children during this year for homeschooling!
Heather Flesner –
I love these cards for my students. I hand them out to each student at the beginning of the week to give them encouragement for the week. I also use them as Whiteboard Messages to get class started some days.
Julie G –
Lisa H –
These have been great for quick notes! Great resource
Cooking Up Great Learning –
I can not wait to use these with my 5th-grade hallway bathrooms. I think it will be great to build their self-esteem at a critical time!
erica S –
My students and I got a lot out of the affirmations. I am going to set up a better spot in my room and use these again next school year.
Erin B –
Love these! Thanks!
Kelley M –
Perfect for SEL and individual reflection. A quote is given to a student each morning to color, explain, and to hang on our affirmation wall. These are referenced frequently.
Karin B –
I love affirmations. They are a great way to get positive vibes into your classroom. Kids don’t hear positives often enough. This is a great and easy way to keep things positive in my classroom.
Jen B –
These are great for the positive mindset I want to focus on this year!
Julie V –
These are great. I plan on using them in my 5th grade class.
Cindy W –
I used these all year. I love to leave notes on student desks and loved that I could print and go with these!
Joann J –
With all that is happening in the world, we need positive thoughts! This fits the bill perfectly! Thank you!
Focused in 5th –
Great Resource! Thank you!
Kerry B –
I started attaching these to random rubrics when I return the. Students are excited to receive them. I am actually keeping track of who receives one to ensure everyone gets one this quarter. I will use them all year. They are a perfect, subtle way to boost the mood of my students. Thanks!
Rebekah Baker –
A simple way to add some positivity into my students day.
I’ve chosen some to write on our daily positive dry erase sign and some to hand individually.
Tiffany Smith –
I love this resource and the ease with which I can use it with my students! It is engaging and helps deliver content in such a way that my students enjoy learning.
Katie P –
I absolutely love beginning our homeschool day with these!
Marianne De Jager –