Help your child make sense of their feelings by creating an emotions wheel. Students will reflect on a time when they have felt each of the emotions listed around the wheel, then they will create drawings to illustrate those times.
Get ready to feel grateful! This mindfulness worksheet geared towards kindergarten and first-grade learners helps students to consider the impact that practicing gratitude can have on their lives and the lives of those around them.
This social emotional learning resource is a great tool to open up discussion around mindfulness, such as how to recognize and manage certain kinds of emotions and different feeling words that can be used to describe emotional states.
Help students make body-mind connections by creating an emotions body map! They'll use different colors to signal different emotions, then color in the parts of the body to show where they feel each emotion.
This mindfulness worksheet builds important social emotional skills while getting your child excited about helping others. This resource helps your child reflect on how they might feel by lending a helping hand in two scenarios.
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.
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.
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 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.
Children will create their own “best self” journal to log moments where they have been at their best. They are guided to find inspiring quotes and images, decorate their journal, and use the provided prompts to get them started on their journaling.