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I Love Me Candy Jar: Printable Worksheet

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This I Love Me Candy Jar worksheet is focused on self-appreciation and self-esteem! Students write down 5 adjectives or attributes they like about themselves on pieces of candy, then color, cut, and paste to add them to the candy jar!

Graphic with the candy jar worksheet on a candy-themed background.
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💖 Why We Love It

This I Love Me candy jar activity is designed to help students reflect on things they know and enjoy about themselves!

As teachers, we are always looking for ways to build up our students and to help them build their own self-esteem.

We want to create opportunities for our students to reflect on their own positive attributes, because when students name their strengths, they feel more confident, prepared to learn, and are more likely to set and meet personal goals.

The printed I love me candy jar worksheet with crayons and a scissor.

Using the Printable

Students will write five things they like about themselves on pieces of candy, then cut out and glue the candies inside a candy jar.

👉 This resource is designed for students in grades 1-4.
👉 Teachers can use this in conjunction with lessons about adjectives, self-esteem, confidence, and kindness, or Valentine’s Day, like our heart-themed Word Mapping Worksheets!
👉 These make really fun hall decor! Hang up your students’ finished worksheets in the hall or display in your classroom!

A finished candy jar worksheet with pencils, a glue stick, and scissors.

What You Need

  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Crayons, markers, or colored pencils
  • Glue Stick

🍬 Download & Print

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