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Anxiety and Worry
Kids can trace different patters with their fingers as they breathe. A great way to connect movement to breath and feel calm.
This activity is a great way to help kids learn to calm down when feeling overwhelmed by worry or stress.
If you have some beads and string you can make a positive self talk bracelet. This activity helps remind students to use positive self talk when they are feeling worried.
This is a YouTube video series with Counselor Keri. The link is to the first video, she goes over topics like; what is worry, what can we do about worry, and coping strategies. There are 8 total videos.
In this activity students can identify how they are feeling, share things they miss and what new activites they are learning.
In this activity, students are asked to draw about how they are feeling today. This is a great way to explore feelings and reassure that all feelings are ok!
In this activity, students will identify smart and not smart coping strategies.
In this activity, students identify their feelings in various scenarios.
This activity helps students identify positive thoughts that they can use when they experience different emotions.
This activity is a whole book of emotions (53 to be exact!), students are asked to descibe the feeling and identify triggers for each emotion.
Deep breathing examples and instructions
In this activity Students are asked to focus on the positive - what makes you happy today?
A mindfulness activity while coloring!
A worksheet that asks students to focus on the present moment and helps them understand "being present"
Self Esteem and Identity
This activity helps students use positive self talk in a variety of different scenarios.
This activity helps students think about what they would say or do in a situation where they felt peer pressure.
In this activity, students choose characteristics of a good role model
In this activity students look at a comic and choose the best way to ask to join in a group. This is a great conversation starter to talk about starting conversations and joining in play.
This activity helps students choose actions that demonstrate impulse control