Mindfulness 101! Students focus on the present moment using their senses to observe what is happening right now. They are introduced to the idea that mindfulness is about paying attention to the present.
In this lesson, students will explore and discuss the term "empathy" by hearing stories from two different perspectives and identifying the feelings of each of the characters. They will also discuss what it means to be true to ourselves.
This Good Choice Chart will reinforce your child’s good choices while learning at home. Set a goal of how many stars they should aim for in a week to earn the reward, and look for opportunities to praise your child for making good choices!
In this activity, your child will have an opportunity to discuss what they like about themselves, and they will design a digital or physical poster that displays their talents, what they like, and images that describe themselves.
A great tool for kindergarteners and first grade students, this social emotional worksheet will help children begin to understand others (friends, classmates, family members) and consider different perspectives.
In this lesson students, learn how to listen and practice community-building skills using the circle process. This lesson helps build community and establish norms for how students communicate with each other.
This social emotional learning resource is a great tool to open up discussion around mindfulness, such as how to recognize and manage certain kinds of emotions and different feeling words that can be used to describe emotional states.
In this activity, your child will be given images that portray different perspectives or emotions. Your child will practice empathy by coloring and drawing what each person may have been thinking or feeling.
This social emotional learning worksheet guides students to create an emotions journal cover to place on a notebook and includes a prompt for students to complete a drawing on the first page of their new journal.
Get ready to feel grateful! This mindfulness worksheet geared towards kindergarten and first-grade learners helps students to consider the impact that practicing gratitude can have on their lives and the lives of those around them.