365 Quote of the Day for Kids – Best Inspiring Quotes

If you are looking for a quote of the day for kids then you are in the right place. You absolutely do not need to look any further than my trio of brand new Quote of the Day for Kids books 365 days of Happy. Kind and Calm.

 “Being different isn’t a bad thing. It means you’re brave enough to be yourself.” – Luna Lovegood

How a quote of the day for kids helps

‘A great quote encapsulates an idea or thought, it can clarify, enlighten or inspire. It can also motivate your audience to get on board with you as the power of a thought elegantly and memorably expressed can have far reaching repercussions’ (the science of quotes)


quote of the day for kids

Quote of the day for kids books

365 days of Happy is packed full of quotes affirmations and activities for each day of the year with all focus on happiness boosting.  If kids want uplifting and need to increase their joy then this is the book for them with something inspiring each and every day.


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Quote of the Day for Kids – happy!

The quotes in my colourful little hard back Quote of the Day for Kids books are all straightforward, motivational, happy and positive – they are such a lovely way to start a day and each page of the books is colourful and engaging and so cute!

As well as a collection of brilliant quotes the book has quotes and affirmations too to inspire and motivate kids on their happiness quest. Take a look belong at an a example from the book


Quote of the Day for Kids


As well as 365 days of happy,  365 days of calm is also released this month with more quote of the day for kids ideas.


Quote of the Day for Kids



Quote of the day for kids – calm!


Quote of the Day for Kids


The activities and the quotes in this book are all designed to help kids relax and feel calmer and more peaceful. This is so important as when kids feel calmer they are able to think more clearly and to make better choices.

 “The time is always right to do what is right.”– Martin Luther King, Jr.

Quote of the Day for Kids – Kindness

The third book in my newly published trio is 365 days of kind which teaches kids to be kinder to themselves and to each other. A great reminder at the start of each day as they read the daily entry from the book.


365 days of kind


Quote of the Day for Kids books make the most gorgeous gift ideas for children and they also make the most perfect stocking stuffers too.


Quote of the Day for Kids


Quote of the Day for Kids – why bother?

A quote of the day for kids is a marvellous way to give their emotional well being a boost whilst also keeping it light. We all need a serving of emotional health in juts the same way we boost out physical health daily and that is the point and purpose of my new books.

Enjoy Quote of the Day for Kids in book form they are so inspiring and can really help kids to bloom.

“Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded.’

My 10 favourite of the Quote of the Day for Kids

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.”– Dr. Seuss

“Life itself is the most wonderful fairy tale. – Hans Christen Andersen

“Look in the mirror. That’s your competition.”– John Assaraf

“Only surround yourself with people who will lift you higher.” – Oprah Winfrey

“Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it or work around it.”– Michael Jordan

“The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.”– Brian Herbert

“The most beautiful thing you can wear is confidence.” – Blake Lively

“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”– Wayne Gretzky

“Each day is a new day, a new opportunity to work towards making your life the way you want it.” – Josie Cluney

“There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.” – John Holmes




Favourite inspirational quotes for kids

Mine might just be this one….

“Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” – Albert Einstein


Let those good thoughts shine out of your face so your kids see you light up as you read these quotes to them. Every child need to hear that  ‘they are braver than you believe stronger than you know!’

Words bring strength.  So share positive uplifting inspiring words, quotes, poems and phrases with your kids and see them absolutely flourish. I will leave you with this:


“Heroes are made by the path they choose, not the powers they are graced with.”. – Iron Man

Sharing a “Quote of the Day” with kids can have several benefits: lets take a look


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10 benefits of sharing a daily quote with children

  1. Language Development: Introducing kids to new words, phrases, and ideas through quotes can help expand their vocabulary and improve their language skills. It exposes them to different ways of expressing thoughts and emotions.
  2. Critical Thinking: Quotes often contain profound thoughts or insights. Discussing the meaning of a quote can encourage kids to think critically, analyze concepts, and understand different perspectives.
  3. Inspiration and Motivation: Many quotes are motivational or inspirational in nature. They can help kids stay positive, set goals, and persevere through challenges. A well-chosen quote can serve as a source of encouragement.
  4. Cultural and Historical Awareness: Quotes can come from a variety of sources, including literature, history, and famous personalities. Sharing quotes exposes kids to cultural and historical contexts, helping them learn about important events and figures.
  5. Emotional Intelligence: Some quotes deal with emotions, empathy, and interpersonal relationships. Discussing these quotes can help kids develop emotional intelligence by understanding their own feelings and those of others.
  6. Creativity and Expression: Analyzing quotes and discussing their meanings can encourage kids to think creatively and express their own thoughts. They might even be inspired to write their own quotes or thoughts.
  7. Short and Digestible Content: Quotes are typically concise and easy to understand. They provide a quick dose of wisdom and insight without overwhelming young minds.
  8. Conversation Starter: Sharing a daily quote can spark conversations between kids and adults, promoting bonding and communication.
  9. Values and Ethics: Many quotes convey important values, morals, and ethics. Discussing these values through quotes can help kids understand right from wrong and develop a sense of morality.
  10. Positive Habit Formation: Incorporating a daily routine of reading and discussing quotes can help instill positive habits of learning, reflection, and mindfulness in kids.

When sharing a quote of the day for kids, it’s important to choose quotes that are age-appropriate, meaningful, and relevant to their interests and experiences. Encourage open discussions about the quotes and allow kids to share their thoughts and interpretations. This practice can contribute to their holistic development and provide valuable life lessons.

Over to you for your Quote of the Day for Kids

If you had to pick a quote of the day for kids what would be your absolute favourite? I could not choose which is why I put do many in these little books I just wanted to share them all!


“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.”– Maya Angelou


I love sharing with my two a quote of the day for kids – is this something you practice in your family?

I find it can be the best way to get them thinking = the right words at the right moment can take kids minds to great places. And whats the worst thing that can happen – they simply don’t listen right? Words can be a most powerful weapon when your child is facing tough times so do arm them up.

Small things can have real power and motivational quotes can motivate, kindness quotes can help kids be kind and even short inspirational quotes can ( like a good book) help young people to make a little progress and begin to realise their full potential.


Little things can be big things

Little things can equal big impact and famous quotes shared at the right time can go a long way to taking a child’s mind to a better place and helping their big dreams to take shape.

Even kind words form ordinary people have transformative power  we shoudl never forget the impact words have on human life and we should definitely galvanise their use to help kids become a first-rate version of themselves. After all a person’s a person no matter how small – dr. seuss

You can always give something, even if it is only kindness. Anne Frank

Sharing a quote of the day for kids may be a brand new way of communicating with you child but positive self-talk matters so feed them words of inspiration and new things will fill their minds – it’s a great way to inspire them.


Further reading for positive activities you can do with your kids

What makes you happy

growth mindset quotes for kids

Love quotes to my child

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