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 social emotional learning worksheet, children will seek to define the term "leadership," describe the traits that make a positive leader, and reflect on how they can be a good leader in an area of their life.
When strong emotions arise, mindfulness can offer tools to manage those sometimes overwhelming feelings. This social emotional learning worksheet guides students to design a page for a "Mindfulness of Emotions" class book.
Having the right mindset is crucial for success in both kids and adults. In this social emotional learning worksheet, students collaborate to write and perform a skit that demonstrates their shared understanding of a growth vs. fixed mindset.
Choices are made every day—some are big, some are small, but all can impact ourselves and others! In the worksheet Tough Choices Letter, your child will brainstorm ideas that could improve the lives of others.
Help students tune into their emotions by writing their own haiku poem. First, kids will learn a bit about haikus and read a sample. Then, they'll brainstorm a list of words related to emotions before drafting their own emotions haiku.
Mindful Communication Phrase Game: Connecting or Disconnecting?
This social emotional learning worksheet guides students to play a mindful communication phrase game. After cutting out the cards, students will seek to identify whether certain sentences are connecting or disconnecting phrases.
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.
Peace is a word you may have heard thousands of times in books and movies, but what does peace mean to you? Have your child brainstorm their ideas and then write an acrostic poem and draw a picture or symbol that reflects their thoughts.