This social emotional learning worksheet guides learners to create their own mindfulness of emotions book where they will reflect on the definition of “emotions” and the mindfulness techniques that can help them respond to emotions in a constructive way.
In this lesson, students will express their love for someone they deeply care for. They will complete a guided mindfulness practice to send kind wishes and will make a craft that represents their love for this person.
Help your child write a children’s book about the power of living with integrity! Students will draft a short story about someone who embodies integrity and how their actions impacted those around them, then turn it into a children's book.
In this lesson, students will participate in a freeze dance, then be guided in slow-motion movements using mindfulness. Finally, they will discuss how movement and music can help them feel calm or energized.
In this lesson, students will explore the meaning of integrity through the book *Stand Tall!*. They will also answer questions connected to making choices with integrity when faced with challenging situations.
In this activity, your child will use mindfulness to practice staying as still as they can. Then, during a freeze dance activity, they will pay attention to the constellation of sensations and feelings throughout parts of their bodies.
Physical touch through tapping and hugging can be a wonderful way to regulate emotions. In this social emotional learning activity, your child will explore the power of tapping or hugging to help them calm down and relieve feelings of stress or anxiety.
Praise is important but how we praise ourselves and each other makes all the difference! This social emotional learning worksheet helps students identify how praising effort rather than ability can support growth mindset.
When we practice mindfulness we are better able to regulate our emotions, build compassion, and support greater ease. In this social emotional learning lesson plan, students will practice mindfulness and create a video that teaches others about mindfulness.
This social emotional worksheet helps students develop an understanding of the word "integrity." Students will reflect on what it means to be honest with ourselves and with others by keeping promises and making healthy choices.
Students are guided to design a hammer that represents ways we can hammer out assumptions to create unity. Then, learners are asked to write a poem or reflection on how breaking through assumptions can lead to unity.
Tapping and hugs are great ways to bring love and care to our bodies and minds! This worksheet guides children to experience tapping and then write a script to guide someone else in tapping and hugs for self-regulation.
This worksheet encourages learners to tune into their bodies and senses during a fun freeze dance activity. Kids will let loose for 30 seconds, then use mindfulness to practice staying as still as they can while they focus on how their bodies feel.