Foster self-awareness, gratitude, and stress-management skills with this social emotional worksheet. This three-page activity prompts children to reflect on the word "beauty" and compile a list of things they are grateful for in their life.
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!
In this colorful worksheet geared toward kindergarteners and first graders, young social emotional learners practice mindfulness and self-awareness by brainstorming and drawing all the things they are grateful for.
It's all about that growth mindset! Young artists will step out of their comfort zone by creating art with their feet instead of their hands, and then reflecting on this experience in a short paragraph.
Praise is important but how we praise ourselves and each other makes all the difference! This social emotional learning worksheet helps students identify how praising effort rather than ability can support growth mindset.
Emotions come and go all the time, and this is a natural part of life! With this social emotional worksheet, children will write a poem and draw a picture that represents a part of nature that reflects an emotion.
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.
Innovators and inventors come in all sizes and ages! In this worksheet, your child will be guided to reflect on the goals they have achieved and would still like to attain, keeping in mind that the sky is the limit!
This social emotional worksheet is all about sending kind wishes to someone to let them know they are loved and appreciated. Using heartfulness, students will write a letter to a classmate or friend that describes why they are thankful for them.
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.
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 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, 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.
Adults can learn from the fresh and unique way young people see, feel, and experience the world. With the help of this worksheet and related activity—Adults Can Learn From Kids—your child will create an origami box filled with their ideas!