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Bossiness – Animated Story

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Product Description

This lesson deals with a young child’s tendency be bossy to their friends and always wanting to be in charge. We aim to teach children a sense of humility in order for them to know their good qualities. If they believe in themselves, they will feel powerful. With this strength, they do not feel the need to assert their power whilst playing with others.

Hopefully, the need to be “king pin” starts to diminish as they don’t need to build their self-esteem and become more self-confident. A positive spin off of this new behaviour is that the child tends to listen to others while they talk, instead of always wanting to usurp their power. They are willing to let someone else have a chance to be in the limelight, as they feel good enough about themselves.