This worksheet will guide your child to create their very own Peace and Harmony Fidget Spinner while fostering social emotional skills such as emotional regulation, self-awareness, and stress-management.
In this lesson students will complete an activity called "Raise Your Hand If You..." and be able to define the word “assumption.” This lesson supports the practice of compassion for oneself and others.
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.
Foster self-awareness, gratitude, and stress-management skills with this social emotional worksheet. This three-page activity prompts children to reflect on the word "beauty" and compile a list of things they are grateful for in their life.
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.
Students will cut out all of the strengths that connect with them and their abilities and write in additional strengths in the blank chain links. Then, they'll cut out the strips and use tape or glue to make a unique chain of strengths all their own!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.