The Earth is constantly giving us clean water, shelter, food, and so much more! Through this lesson, students will learn about how nature is always giving and discuss ways we can appreciate and take care of our environment.
When strong emotions arise, mindfulness can offer tools to manage those sometimes overwhelming feelings. This social emotional learning worksheet guides students to design a page for a "Mindfulness of Emotions" class book.
In this lesson students will complete an activity called "Raise Your Hand If You..." and be able to define the word “assumption.” This lesson supports the practice of compassion for oneself and others.
In this social emotional learning worksheet, fourth- and fifth-grade students will brainstorm their strengths and talents to create a chain using pieces of paper, highlighting their gifts on each link of the chain.
When we practice mindfulness we are better able to regulate our emotions, build compassion, and support greater ease. In this social emotional learning lesson plan, students will practice mindfulness and create a video that teaches others about mindfulness.
Reflecting on growth can support deeper learning and understanding of ourselves. In this lesson, students will reflect on ways they have grown in practicing mindfulness and living in a community through writing and planting a tree together.
Your child will reflect on the term "beauty" and the things they are grateful for. They will read the book All the World by Liz Garton Scanlon and reflect on how focusing on the small and big things of beauty around them can benefit themselves and others.
Help students practice seeing and understanding through others' eyes by participating in scenarios that illustrate different points of view. Students will work in groups to understand and discuss the differing perspectives that arise in difficult situatio
In this lesson, students will explore the meaning of integrity through the book *Stand Tall!*. They will also answer questions connected to making choices with integrity when faced with challenging situations.
Students will hear about the benefits of mindfulness from JusTme's rap song, "I'm Inspired", practice mindfulness and the STOP tool, and then write raps of their own, encouraging others to practice mindfulness and the STOP method.
In this activity, your child will use mindfulness to practice staying as still as they can. Then, during a freeze dance activity, they will pay attention to the constellation of sensations and feelings throughout parts of their bodies.
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.
Physical touch through tapping and hugging can be a wonderful way to regulate emotions. In this social emotional learning activity, your child will explore the power of tapping or hugging to help them calm down and relieve feelings of stress or anxiety.
Designed for fourth and fifth graders, this social emotional learning worksheet will get your child's creativity flowing while also helping them to develop social awareness and an appreciation for the diversity in our communities and world.