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75 Powerful and Positive Things To Say To Your Kids

Words are powerful! Our words have the power to hurt or heal, lift up or takedown, and empower or belittle our children. It’s so important that we focus on sending the right messages to our kids. Below you will find a collection of 75 powerful positive statements to speak over your children. At the bottom of this post, you will also find a free printable so you can put this list on your fridge, in your planner, or anywhere within easy reach.

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75 Positive Things To Say To Your Kids

  1. I will love you no matter what.
  2. I love spending time with you.
  3. You are helpful.
  4. I’m grateful for you.
  5. You have the best ideas.
  6. I love being your mom.
  7. I believe in you.
  8. I can tell you’ve been practicing.
  9. Excellent try!
  10. You did a great job.
  11. You do good work!
  12. You’re a hard worker.
  13. You have the best imagination.
  14. Congratulations! You figured it out.
  15. I like how you think.
  16. You have the best smile.
  17. I love your laugh.
  18. You make me smile.
  19. You are so kind.
  20. You are an honest person.
  21. You are so thoughtful.
  22. You are loved.
  23. You are very special.
  24. You are so strong.
  25. You are unstoppable.
  26. You don’t have to be perfect.
  27. You’re doing great.
  28. I believe you.
  29. We all make mistakes, that’s ok.
  30. You can say no.
  31. You can tell me anything.
  32. Everyone feels upset sometimes.
  33. We can try it your way.
  34. You’re a team player.
  35. You’re a leader.
  36. I appreciate you.
  37. I need you.
  38. I know you did your best.
  39. I forgive you.
  40. I’m sorry.
  41. You always cheer me up.
  42. I am so glad you’re here.
  43. You are brave.
  44. Don’t give up.
  45. You can always try again tomorrow.
  46. Even if you make a mistake, you can fix it.
  47. You are kind.
  48. You have great ideas.
  49. You are very creative.
  50. You’re a wonderful friend.
  51. You are very generous.
  52. You are precious to me.
  53. I love your compassion.
  54. Anything is possible.
  55. You make a difference.
  56. You look nice today.
  57. I love how you say things.
  58. I’m listening.
  59. You did that so well.
  60. You make my heart full.
  61. You inspire me.
  62. That’s a great question.
  63. I’m so excited to spend time with you.
  64. You make good choices.
  65. I trust you.
  66. You handled yourself so well.
  67. I hear you.
  68. I need your help.
  69. I love your attitude.
  70. You are a great friend.
  71. Never stop trying.
  72. I’ll always love you.
  73. My world is better because you are in it.
  74. You help me see so many beautiful things.
  75. I love being your parent.

Get Your Printable Copy of 75 Powerful Things To Say To Your Kids Here!

Grab your free copy of this list of daily statements filled with encouragement and love for your kids. You can display it on your refrigerator or tuck it in your planner for daily reminders.

Printable Pdf of 75 Positive Things To Say To Your Kids
Printable Pdf of 75 Positive Things To Say To Your Kids

If you homeschool this is a great list of positive things to say to your kids to include in the front of your daily lesson plan or alongside your grading sheets. If your kids go to public school these statements are perfect for putting on notes and tucking into lunch bags.

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