What is your little one’s name?
Tell me and watch the magic happen!
The new LUMA Affirmation Cards with matching Luma Puffy stickers were designed with the intent to shape positive thinking patterns, build self-esteem and resilience in your little one, assuring them that anything they choose to believe has the potential to become a reality.
We live in a world full of uncertainties but one thing is for sure, it’s never too early to start helping our little ones develop mental stamina and positive thinking patterns that can catapult them toward endless growth, all they have to do is believe they CAN!
Our new range might just benefit you just as much as your little one... When practiced together one-on-one or as a family, it becomes a true bonding and strengthening exercise, but first you’ll need to understand what they are for and how they work.
Helpful ways to explain and discuss affirmations with your child:
After explaining to your child the purpose and benefits of reading and discussing positive affirmations, it can be helpful to place our cards around your home in areas where they will see them.
Great ways to include affirmation cards into everyday:
Tips For Younger Children
For our "Little Minds" under the age of 5 or 6 when they're not yet reading, you can read the words on each card during bath time, bedtime, over dinner, or chat about them on a car trip.
This works very well at this age and many have found this process of incorporating reading affirmation cards into their daily or weekly routine a beautiful way of staying connected to their little ones.
Tips for Primary Age Children
You may like to read your affirmations together. It can be a beautiful bedtime ritual or encourage your children to "turn over" a new card each morning and come and tell you what their card says. You may find that this allows you the chance to discuss emotions or issues that they may be experiencing, opening doors for conversation.
Tips for Teens
Encourage your teen to read their card out loud (even just to themselves) as it is by far more powerful when read and "heard". Repetition and frequency is critical. We all know the power of repetition when building new habits. Just before bed at night and first thing in the morning are the two most powerful times to engage with affirmations.
The simple act of reading these positive and encouraging words will help our children's beautiful souls affirm positive beliefs, creating a fantastic foundation that will help our children to internalize good values, which allows them to develop confidence and a healthy dose of self-esteem.