Self Esteem Worksheets:
You Are Unique! –
Answer the questions below as a way to start thinking
about all the ways that you are one-of-a-kind !
Draw a symbol that you
feel best represents
something you feel
communicates YOU to
others, even before
they get to know you.
How Many Stars? –
Your self esteem is the way you feel about yourself. It has to do with whether or
not you accept and like yourself, and how confident you generally feel. Your self
esteem can change from day to day, depending on what is going on in your
life. Your self esteem can also be affected by the expectations we have for
Carry It Over –
Did thinking about the things you do well change your opinion of yourself?
Accomplishing Goals –
Setting and achieving personal goals is a great way to gain
self esteem. Write down a personal goal that you have.
What Are You Proud Of? –
Feeling pride means feeling good about something that you have
done. Because pride can be taken too far, becoming arrogance,
some people think that pride is not a good thing.
Valuing Yourself –
List three things that you have done lately that you are proud of.
Making Decisions –
The decisions that you make say a lot about you because they
reflect your values. When you were very young, adults helped your
make most of your decisions. The older you get, the more decisions you make
Got Time? –
Choose one of the writing prompts below. Write a paragraph to answer
the prompt. Use the back of this page if you need more room.
Who Am I? –
Which phrase best
personality? Write a
paragraph to explain
What Is Your Mission? –
A personal mission statement is a sentence that describes what you want to
achieve in the world. A mission statement is usually expressed in a specific,
I Enjoy... –
Think about what you want to accomplish, what you do well and enjoy doing,
and what is most important to you. Try writing a mission statement below.
Thinking About Comparisons –
Two creative people that you admire. What does each person
do? Why do you admire them? How are they different from each
I Compared To –
What kind of self-talk will you use the next time someone compares
you to someone else?
Approval Worksheet –
Do you need the approval of other people to feel good about yourself?
Why? Complete the table.
You Got This! –
Based on the first experience you described, in which you experienced
confidence, how do you think you should handle the situation the next time you
are starting to lose your confidence?
I Am... –
Complete the "I am" statements below to describe yourself. Include
things you do, things you like/dislike, groups you belong to, etc.
I Have Many Strengths! –
Everyone has many strengths. Personal strengths differ from person to person.
The strengths below are sorted into different categories. Circle the strengths that
apply to you.