This social emotional worksheet guides students to reflect on moments over the past week where they were their very best selves in their communities. They will then fill in the "best self" timeline and draw a picture of one of those moments.
This social emotional worksheet helps students develop an understanding of the word "integrity." Students will reflect on what it means to be honest with ourselves and with others by keeping promises and making healthy choices.
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.
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.
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!
Help your child write a children’s book about the power of living with integrity! Students will draft a short story about someone who embodies integrity and how their actions impacted those around them, then turn it into a children's book.