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The Magic Mirror

Once in the small town of Sunnyville, there was a magical mirror.

Mirrors reflect light, allowing us to see our own image.

Introduces the setting and the enchanted object.

The mirror only appeared to children who were the kindest and bravest hearts.

Mirrors typically do not discriminate viewers, a fictional element.

Describes the mirror's magical property.

One day, Mia found the mirror. She saw her smiling face and sparkling eyes.

Smiling can improve mood and confidence.

Bright-eyed, petite, with chestnut hair and a joyful smile discovers the mirror, sees herself.

The mirror spoke, ‘Mia, you’re strong, smart, and your body is your own treasure.’

Positive reinforcement can boost self-esteem.

Mirror compliments Bright-eyed, petite, with chestnut hair and a joyful smile, instilling confidence.

Mia touched her arms and thought, ‘My arms can throw a ball far!’

Physical activities improve motor skills and confidence.

Bright-eyed, petite, with chestnut hair and a joyful smile acknowledges her arm's strength.

She wiggled her legs, ‘My legs let me run and play with friends!’

Leg movements are essential for most physical activities.

Bright-eyed, petite, with chestnut hair and a joyful smile appreciates her legs for mobility.

Looking at her belly, she giggled. ‘My belly feels funny when I laugh!’

Laughter can trigger physical changes in the body.

Bright-eyed, petite, with chestnut hair and a joyful smile feels joy and acknowledges her belly.

The mirror whispered, ‘Remember, some parts of you are private and special.’

Body privacy is a foundational safety and respect concept.

Mirror introduces the concept of privacy gently.

Mia nodded, ‘I promise to take good care of my body and ask for help when needed.’

Self-care is important for health and well-being.

Bright-eyed, petite, with chestnut hair and a joyful smile understands the message of self-care and seeking assistance.

‘And if anyone makes you uncomfortable, you can say no,’ said the mirror.

Consent and personal boundaries are critical for body autonomy.

The mirror empowers Bright-eyed, petite, with chestnut hair and a joyful smile to set boundaries.

‘I will use my voice. I am the boss of my body!’ Mia declared confidently.

Confidence can manifest in assertiveness and self-advocacy.

Bright-eyed, petite, with chestnut hair and a joyful smile asserts her control over her own body.

Mia's mother called, and she left the mirror, feeling brave and strong.

Supportive relationships enhance confidence in children.

Conclusion, Bright-eyed, petite, with chestnut hair and a joyful smile leaves, embodying the lesson.

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