There are so many activities and talents that you have not yet discovered for yourself! In this social emotional learning worksheet, students will brainstorm activities they love and things they would be interested in learning or trying.
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.
There are many ways self-esteem can be boosted, such as when we acknowledge the positive in others and ourselves. This social emotional learning worksheet guides students to write a positive note for someone else and one for themselves.
In this social emotional learning activity, learners will write a letter forgiving someone who may have said or done something that was hurtful. Children can then choose to give the letter to the person or keep it for themselves as a reminder.
In this social emotional learning worksheet geared toward second and third graders, students will reflect on their needs, what matters, and ways that they may ask or request something connected to their needs.
In this social emotional learning activity, students will help themselves and others identify the difference between assumptions and facts by designing and creating posters that reflect each of these terms.
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.
Yoga can provide strength and flexibility of body and mind, and it serves as a great tool to teach self-awareness, mindfulness, and stress-relief. This social emotional worksheet features 10 yoga poses that kids can learn and try at home.
Build your students' emotional literacy with this handy emotion word bank! This resource provides students with visuals and a variety of emotion synonyms to increase their understanding of character traits in fictional text.
Learning the difference between facts and opinions is a valuable life skill and a powerful mindfulness practice. This worksheet asks children and caregivers to assume the role of fact detectives as they orchestrate a facts and opinions scavenger hunt in t
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.