Affirmations for 1st graders (33+)

Affirmations for 1st graders

  • You are the best.
  • I am very proud of you.
  • You are so gifted.
  • You make me happy.
  • You are wonderful.
  • I know you tried your best; this is why I’m so proud of you.
  • You look very handsome/pretty.
  • You were very helpful today, thank you. I really needed your help.
  • I enjoy hearing you read.
  • You can succeed in everything you do.
  • It is all right that you cannot tie your shoelaces yet.
  • I am very happy that you are my son/daughter.
  • You are capable of doing anything you want.
  • It is okay, I will fix it.
  • Today, we are going to have a wonderful day.
  • I believe in you, I know you can do it.
  • You are my hero.
  • You are important to me.
  • You are an amazing person.
  • You can try your best.
  • It is okay not to be good the first time.
  • You are a valuable person.
  • You can do difficult things.
  • It is natural to do mistakes, they make you grow.
  • If you try you will patient.
  • You can succeed with anything you do.
  • You have the ability to get good grades at school.
  • With just a little focus and patience you can do almost anything.
  • Don’t give up so quickly, try again, and eventually you will succeed.
  • I want to thank you for making me so happy.
  • Believe that everything will turn well.
  • You are a winner.
  • I enjoy playing with you.
  • I enjoy teaching you.
  • I love you and believe in you.
  • You are strong and can overcome challenges.
  • You can stay calm, strong and protected.
  • You will be better the next time.
  • You can do anything if you put your mind into it.
  • You are capable of so much.
  • Choose to be confident.
  • Be kind to others and others will be kind to you.
  • I am gifted.
  • I am happy.
  • I choose to be confident.
  • I can do my best.
  • I am capable of doing so much.
  • Whatever I do turns out well.
  • It is okay if I am sometimes wrong.
  • I learn from my mistakes and do better the next time.
  • It is easy for me to make friends.
  • I am beautiful and attractive.
  • I love and enjoy helping.
  • Children love to play with me.
  • I can learn whatever I put my mind to.
  • I am a good person.
  • I can do what I work hard for.
  • My parents love me.
  • I am God’s blessed child.
  • I am learning every day.
  • My mistakes help me improve.
  • I am capable.
  • I am kind.
  • Today is going to be a Great Day.
  • I am happy and content.
  • My family adores me.
  • My friends like me a lot.
  • I can do better.
  • I will try harder.
  • My teachers love me.
  • I am enough.
  • It is OK to make mistakes.
  • It is alright to fail.
  • I am strong.
  • God is helping me.
  • I am grateful to everyone.
  • I can control my mind and emotions.
  • I matter to my family.
  • I choose to smile.
  • I will keep trying.
  • I have faith in myself.
  • I am safe.
  • God is with me.
  • I am accepted.
  • My parents love me the way I am.
  • I am extraordinary
  • I forgive myself for my mistakes
  • Today, I am grateful
  • I am perfect just the way I am
  • Today is a fresh start
  • I have people who love me
  • It’s okay to not know everything
  • I choose to think positive
  • I deserve happiness
  • I’m going to make today count
  • I am capable
  • I can make a difference
  • My life is beautiful
  • I believe in myself and my abilities
  • I am important
  • Being true to myself is what matters
  • I decide my own attitude
  • My choices are my own
  • It’s okay to make mistakes
  • I am brave
  • I can and I will

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Research Resources

Manifestations are sometimes viewed as pseudoscience but there is some interesting research that does at least give you some reason to believe otherwise.
See here, here, and here.

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