- Hello Park Road!
I am thinking of you during this challenging time. I would like to continue to support your social emotional learning. On this page, you will find some resources that you may find helpful. Please contact me by email for any additional support or questions; I will be available during normal school hours.
With our community facing new challenges, children may or may not experience worry and stress. We've included some resources to talk with your child about worry, below.
Worry Says What by: Allison Edwards
Wilma Jean the Worry Machine: by Julia Cook
When my Worries get too Big: by: Kari Dunn Buron
Using a blank pencil box (or any other small box) add things (or representations of things) that bring you happiness. You can also add notes with calm down strategies: taking deep breaths, going for a walk, listening to music etc. Your child can use the box when ever they are feeling worried or stressed, either by using a strategy or looking at their representations of happiness.
Resources for Parents