This Children’s picture book aims to improve your child’s mental health, wellbeing and resilience with a fun short story perfect for children preschool ages 3-5 yrs. Based on the Stanford Marshmallow experiment on delayed gratification, Akilah must resist eating the yummy chocolate cake to get her reward.
- Age: 3+
- Specifications: Paperback | 21.59 x 0.2 x 27.94 cm | 31 pages
- ISBN-13: 978-1916338814
The results from this study found that children who were able to wait longer for the preferred reward, and avoid thinking about the rewards, tended to have better life outcomes including, better cognition and academic performance.
“Wait a little longer,” said mum. Teach your children to also practice delayed gratification and never to give up on their dreams.
- Increase Cognition
- Improve Academic performance
- Improve Will power
- Improve Resilience
- Based on a proven scientific study
- Fun & Colourful
- Original characters
- Part of a series with other characters each representing their own virtue and developing other strengths.
This book has language that is age appropriate, and pictures that are bold, colourful and fun, encouraging pre-schoolers to read along with parents as well as by themselves.
It’s a great gift for birthdays, Christmas, Rewards for children, self-esteem builder, and mostly to improve mental wellbeing in a time where depression and mental ill health is a major disease in our world.
It’s a great gift for birthdays, Christmas, Rewards for children, self-esteem builder, and mostly to improve mental wellbeing.
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