1. Click here for Coping With Fears: There's a lot of heavy things going on in our world today, and even though we try our hardest to shelter students, they will worry. But, pretending that worries and fears don't exist is the opposite of what we should be doing. In fact, encouraging kids to talk about what’s frightening them and validating them, helps tremendously.
Click here for The worksheet in this lesson, will help students understand how fear works, that it’s okay to be afraid, and how to not let fears control how they live or act. Students will identify things in their world that causes them to worry or fear and work through them together by having a group discussion.
2. Click here for Caroline Conquers her Corona Fears :A kid's coping and coloring book.
3. Click here for Kind Words : This activity requires students to reflect on positive attributes of others.
4. Click here for When Someone is Feeling...: Regardless of how others may be feeling, this activity finds ways to help improve on their emotional status
5. Click here for Things That Make Me Beautiful : This activity encourages student to reflect on attributes that make them beautiful on the inside and outside.
6. Click here for 30 Days of Gratitude : Take this 30 day challenge
8. Click here for Simple Steps To Calm Down :Try these 5 steps to help calm you down.
9. Click here for Feelings Tracker: Monitor your feelings through out the day as you use your color key code or feelings.
16. Click here for Impulse Control Summary: Melt or Freeze: This activity gets students thinking about impulsive and thoughtful responses to different situation.
18. Vision Boards allow students to envision their future. They can make it as bright as possible.