Help your child make sense of their feelings by creating an emotions wheel. Students will reflect on a time when they have felt each of the emotions listed around the wheel, then they will create drawings to illustrate those times.
Art can be a powerful tool to help people of all ages express and process emotions. This social emotional learning worksheet guides students to create a piece of art to express what they are feeling in the moment using chosen shapes and colors.
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.
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.
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.
This social emotional learning worksheet includes one page for each letter of the acronym THINK, which young learners will decorate, cut out, and hang up to create a banner to remember to THINK before they speak.
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.
Mindful listening can be a wonderful tool and can also be a fun game! This social emotional learning worksheet guides your child to create a skit or video that explains mindful listening and guides viewers in a mindful listening game.
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.