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10 ways to help build your child’s confidence

One of the biggest gifts we can give our children is confidence. Throughout their early years, children are building their internal picture of how they view themselves; their self-esteem, self-efficacy and mindset are being shaped. What can we do to positively impact these important life skills?

Here are 10 ways we can help build our child’s confidence during their early years:

At Role Models, we help children develop life skills that promote social & emotional wellbeing and dynamic thinking. We help young people thrive in life through our online life skills sessions. We have recently launched live, interactive Early Years Online Sessions for children aged 3½ to 5 years old. These sessions are 45 minutes long and are a brilliant way to help your child develop confidence and communication skills. Learn more about these sessions here.

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