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.
Help students make body-mind connections by creating an emotions body map! They'll use different colors to signal different emotions, then color in the parts of the body to show where they feel each emotion.
In this social emotional learning worksheet, young learners will read through four different empathy scenarios in order to think critically about how they would feel if they were in the fictional characters' shoes.
With this worksheet, students will brainstorm and think of the many talents they have. Then they'll cut out images or draw pictures to create a collage that encapsulates their greatest strengths and talents.
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.
This social emotional learning worksheet invites second and third graders to read a story about how Michael Jordan utilized a growth mindset to overcome obstacles in order to become one of the greatest basketball players of all time.
In this social emotional learning activity, learners will write a letter forgiving someone who may have said or done something that was hurtful. Children can then choose to give the letter to the person or keep it for themselves as a reminder.
In this worksheet designed to foster mindfulness and social emotional awareness, children reflect on how it feels to practice positive behaviors and have control over their choices and the way they act.