After practicing mindfulness and compassion for a loved one and reflecting on why they love them, fourth- and fifth-grade students will choose one item from the worksheet that represents or expresses their love.
This three-part social emotional worksheet guides learners to jot down notes and respond to a video about consumerism, apply what they learn to their own lives, and then design a poster for a classroom or schoolwide clothing swap.
Curiosity can be a powerful way to work with our judgments. In this lesson, students will explore curiosity and judgment. They'll participate in an outdoor activity to practice mindfulness of senses and attentiveness to the present moment.
n this engaging worksheet, children will research "Earth Guardians" and brainstorm a list of actions they can take to help reverse the impacts of climate change. Then learners will commit to one of their ideas and put it into action!
Young learners will log items bought in stores and research the brands’ sustainability rankings. Then kids will reflect on their findings and set a goal to help them consume less practice sustainable consumption.
Students will hear about the benefits of mindfulness from JusTme's rap song, "I'm Inspired", practice mindfulness and the STOP tool, and then write raps of their own, encouraging others to practice mindfulness and the STOP method.
Doing many things at once, or moving too quickly, can sometimes cause injury or mistakes! This worksheet invites students to create a mindful movement skit that guides viewers to slow down and practice mindful movement.