You never know the words of encouragement from you that your kids will carry with them the rest of their lives.
This beautiful image came from an extremely popular post on Creative With Kids (now Bounceback Parenting): “64 Positive Things to Say to Kids.“ This print gives you a visual reminder of the the positive things we all need to hear.
Designed by Brent Almond of Design Nut, these modern colors and intriguing art will fit in playfully by the kids room, or artfully in the dining room or office. Hang it in a playroom or a classroom to have an easy to glance at list of simple yet powerful things you can say to encourage and empower.
8.5 x 11 high resolution PDF - This size makes this easy to print on your home printer. I include one file with borders and one without.
- Prefer to buy a physical poster? We have an 18"x24" archival print available here.
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The files will be available for download immediately after payment is confirmed. Due to screen and printer differences colors will vary slightly.
RECOMMENDED for PRINTING - I suggest photo paper or high quality cardstock and selecting "photo" when printing for best results.
64 Positive Things to Say to Kids: ©Alissa Marquess
You are loved
You make me smile
I think about you when we’re apart.
My world is better with you in it.
I will do my best to keep you safe.
Sometimes I will say no.
I have faith in you.
I know you can handle it.
You are creative.
Trust your instincts.
Your ideas are worthwhile.
You are capable.
You are deserving.
You are strong.
You can say no.
Your choices matter.
You make a difference.
Your words are powerful.
Your actions are powerful.
Your emotions may be powerful.
And you can still choose your actions.
You are more than your emotions.
You are a good friend.
You are kind.
You don’t have to like what someone is saying in order to treat them with respect.
Someone else’s poor behavior is not an excuse for your own.
You are imperfect.
So am I.
You can change your mind.
You can learn from your mistakes.
You can ask for help.
You are learning.
You are growing.
Growing is hard work.
I believe you.
I believe in you.
You are valuable.
You are interesting.
You are beautiful.
When you make a mistake you are still beautiful.
Your body is your own.
You have say over your body.
You are important.
Your ideas matter.
You are able to do work that matters.
I see you working and learning every day.
You make a difference in my life.
I am curious what you think.
How did you do that?
Your ideas are interesting.
You’ve made me think of things in a completely new way.
I’m excited to see what you do.
Thanks for helping me.
Thank you for contributing to our family.
I enjoy your company.
It’s fun to do things with you.
I’m glad you’re here.
I’m happy to talk with you.
I’m ready to listen.
I’m proud of you.
I’m grateful you’re in my life.
You make me smile.
I love you.