Yak - Self Acceptance
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Yak helps your child overcome feelings of self-doubt
- Perfectionist tendencies
- Failing forward
Yak teaches children that it’s okay to take risks and helps them to understand that it's okay to not be perfect at something the first time they try it. With the Yak board book and affirmation, this creature supports foundational routines that will instill in them the freedom to love themselves and the courage to keep trying, even when things are difficult.
Brown Yak Kin
Trying new things can be scary. Yak teaches children that it’s ok to take risks and help them understand that it's ok to not be perfect at something the first time they try it. Learning to accept themselves as they are, gives little ones the freedom to love themselves and the courage to keep trying even when things are hard. Yak will walk paw-in-hand with them as they learn to trust themselves, develop a sense of self and start to explore the world around them.
Yak Kin Or Sunggler
Yak Board Book
Yak Affirmation Card
Yak's Garden Party: A Lesson in Self Acceptance
Being a good host means listening, too. It’s great to ask others what they want to do.” In our new book “Yak’s Garden Party,” Yak’s party plans quickly go awry. Wanting everything to go perfectly for her friends, our caring host struggles to cope when her guests don’t follow her exact agenda. It’s very common for children (and adults!) to have an idea of how they want plans to go, especially on big events or holidays. When our perfect vision doesn’t become a reality, it can be extra challenging for children to stay flexible and problem-solve. Our therapists and educators wrote this loving book for families to read together. Children can walk away with important social skills and parents can remember to have empathy when their little ones are feeling disappointed. “Yak’s Garden Party” Promotes: Self-Acceptance Flexible Thinking Coping with Change
Yak Snuggles with Mistakes Board Book
Yak's story teaches children that it’s ok to take risks and helps them understand that it's ok to not be perfect at something the first time they try it. The fear of making mistakes can stop us from even trying and fill us with self-doubt. How can we feel confident when we are less than perfect? Come with Yak in this interactive board book, as she learns that she is good enough just as she is and reminds them that they don't need to be perfect to love themselves.
Machine washable, air dry
Intentionally designed without detachable plastic pieces to give caretakers peace of mind
Soft and silky fur, perfect for smooshy hugs
Stuffed with hypoallergenic fiberfill
100% Polyester material