Help students practice seeing and understanding through others' eyes by participating in scenarios that illustrate different points of view. Students will work in groups to understand and discuss the differing perspectives that arise in difficult situatio
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.
In this social emotional learning worksheet, fourth- and fifth-grade students will brainstorm their strengths and talents to create a chain using pieces of paper, highlighting their gifts on each link of the chain.
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.
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!