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Happiness Spreader, former Britain’s Got Talent contestant and multiple awards winner who has done it again putting her talents to work in becoming an author.

She was inspired to write the book based on an incident which happened to her son when he was five.

‘I can blow up a balloon’ is her first book and her aim in this book is to help the reader imagine the journey of a young boy named Denzil, from the frustration of failing to blow a balloon to the joy of being able to do so after much hard work. It is also expected that the book will communicate the values behind ‘Confident Queen’ as a persona who helps children to be more confident by using the contents of her ‘Gift of Confidence’ toolkit which contains a creative array of items to boost and maintain one’s confidence. Research in numerous fields including Education, Health, Psychology and Sociology, highlight the importance of confidence building in our young people and the book aims to contribute to this.

Cost of book £4.99
For more details contact – Genny Jones – genny @ confidentqueen.co.uk

More about the book
The book is a colouring book as well as a book an adult can read to the child and engage with activities that will help a chid develop their confidence level which is vital for everyday living.

What else does the book come with?
The book comes with:-
•Crayons for children to colour the pictures
•Positive Affirmation Cards
•Instruction sheet for children to create their own Gift of Confidence Box

Activities you can engage a child with using my book “ I can, blow up a ballon” https://confidentqueen.wordpress.com/balloon-book/

1, Read the book to your child
Many studies have demonstrated that reading to children has many positive effects and is one of the most effective way of building the “language” neural connections in their growing brains. Check here benefits of reading to your child

Benefits of Reading to Children

2.Get your child to colour the pictures in the book
Colouring pages are fun for children of all ages and are a great educational tool that helps children develop fine motor skills, creativity and colour recognition

3.Teach your child the words to the Confident Song
Singing encourages a child to express their emotions and sharpens their ability to communicate while exercising lip and tongue movement. But one of the biggest benefits of singing is the repeated use of the ‘memory muscle’. Learning a piece of information attached to a tune embeds that information more rapidly in a child’s mind. The majority of children learn the alphabet not by simply saying the letters but singing them. As children get older the power of singing in their lives can still be extremely beneficial.
Check this article for more details http://www.theschoolrun.com/how-singing-can-support-children%E2%80%99s-learning

4.Have fun creating your own Confident dance with your child
The exercise of repetition and rehearsal when dancing improves mental dexterity. Learning body movement and gestures helps children absorb ideas better and
Check this article http://www.stagecoach.co.uk/blog/blog/march-2014/benefits-of-dance-for-young-children

5. Be creative and make your own Gift of Confidence Box
Arts and craft for kids boost creativity: Activities that allow children to think creatively will engage their imagination and help them to develop their own perspective. Working out how to make the Gift of Confidence Box will help your child to become more inventive and thoughtful, which will help them in all areas of their life and education.
https://www.youractivekid.co.uk/blog/ten-benefits-craft-children

6. Blowing up a balloon
As you read the story, you can also encourage your child to blow a balloon and enjoy the journey and experience as they too try to blow a balloon just like the boy Denzil in the story. It will also be an opportunity to teach the child about not giving up and always to keep trying till you succeed.

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