Self-Esteem Scale (Lego-style)


Based on the principles of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, a widely used self-report instrument for evaluating individual self-esteem. This system will clearly measure the self-esteem of a child – so that you can provide data of the effectiveness of your intervention.


Welcome to the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale

The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale is a valuable psychological tool designed to assess an individual’s self-esteem and self-worth. Developed by sociologist Morris Rosenberg in the 1960s, this simple yet effective questionnaire consists of ten statements about self-perception and self-acceptance.

By answering questions about beliefs and feelings themselves, individuals or adults supporting them, can gain insights into their self-esteem levels.

It consists of 10 statements related to overall feelings of self-worth or self-acceptance. The items are answered on a four-point scale ranging from strongly agree to strongly disagree. These statements have been used alongside the Bounce Characters, to provide a consistent approach.

If you are looking for data to show effectiveness/progress of an intervention – this is ideal!


  • Rosenberg, M. (1979). Conceiving the Self. New York: Basic Books

Resource Date: September 2023





  • To identify if a child is struggling with self-esteem
  • To baseline a child’s emotional needs to show impact of an intervention

In the Pack

In the Pack:

  • The 10-item questionnaire with Lego-style images of emotions
  • Assessment Results Scoring
  • Assessment Results Table to measure progress

Number of Pages: 3

Font:  Comic Sans + Open Dyslexic

Format: High Quality PDF File