I would highly recommend our Calm Cards, which are essentially our anxiety cards. We have a set for children, teenagers and adults. If you're a parent, I would also highly recommend our Parent Help Cards for Anxiety, which would give you lots of different ideas to help with your child's anxiety. Many customers buy our Calm Cards with one other set like the Confidence Cards or the Self-Esteem Cards or Morning Affirmation Cards.
I would highly recommend our best-selling Confidence Cards and our best-selling Self-Esteem Cards. I would start with at least one of these sets and see how you and your child gets on. The idea is to read one card aloud each day and remind your child to think of the positive message throughout the day. These are perfect to pop in your child's lunchbox and something you can do together.
I would highly recommend our Pick Me Up Cards (Adult), Positive Thinking Cards and/or our Emotional Well-being Cards. I would start with all or at least one of these. The idea is to read aloud one card every day and focus on the positive message throughout the day. If you're a parent I would recommend our Happy Cards and/or our Positivity Cards.
Yes. We have our wonderful Comfort Cards, which I would highly recommend. They are our grief/bereavement and loss cards. Although they are found in the child section of our site, I would recommend them for teenagers and adults too.
Yes. We do wholesale and a bulk purchase discount. If you buy the whole range or collection of our cards we can do each box at £4 each, which is 60% off. Please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me via the chat service and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
I would highly recommend starting with your child's year group English and Maths Bundle. We have created year group bundles to support your child in English and Maths. Each year group has two English boxes: 'Grammar and Punctuation' and 'Reading and Writing' boxes and then a Maths box for each year group too. These boxes are fantastic for supporting your child with their homework, on topics they haven't quite grasped and building your child's confidence in these subjects.