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.
This Good Choice Chart will reinforce your child’s good choices while learning at home. Set a goal of how many stars they should aim for in a week to earn the reward, and look for opportunities to praise your child for making good choices!
Yoga can provide strength and flexibility of body and mind, and it serves as a great tool to teach self-awareness, mindfulness, and stress-relief. This social emotional worksheet features 10 yoga poses that kids can learn and try at home.
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.
Build your students' emotional literacy with this handy emotion word bank! This resource provides students with visuals and a variety of emotion synonyms to increase their understanding of character traits in fictional text.
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.