7 Ways to Teach Kids Failure Is a Great Thing
Most kids are afraid to fail and, as parents and teachers, we naturally want our kids to succeed. But what if we recognized failure is good and a crucial step on the path to learning? Here are 7 ways to teach kids about the gift of failure, and how to do it skillfully.
The 'Emotion Chart' My Therapist Gave Me That I Didn't Know I Needed
Using a ‘Wheel of Emotions’ to Help Identify What You’re Feeling | The Mighty #anxiety #mentalhealth #mentalillness #emotions
FREE! Parents Can Use this *If Feelings Could Talk* Poster With Their Children at Home!
Free Social Emotional Learning Poster! For Parents, and Teachers too. If Feelings Could Talk, what would they be telling you that you need right now? 💜
Winning Words Project - Kids learn to build. Apps, Books, bots.Kids learn to build. Apps, Books, bots.Discover the hidden potential of your child.
Why you fail to accomplish resolutions: You're not listening to your emotions
There’s nothing wrong with productivity methods. However, if you can’t understand and manage your emotions, achieving your goals will become a lost battle.
Emotional Animals Game: Teach Kids about Emotions
Pin It Just in case you missed my guest post over at Craftionary last week... I'm sharing with you a tutorial and game that you can pla...
Worry Group Art Activity: Make Worry Monsters with Deep Breathing
Help your students in worry group personify their worries by making a worry monster with watercolors and a deep breathing exercise! Students will learn two helpful strategies to manage worries in small group counseling or individual counseling.
Anger Iceberg (Worksheet | Coping skills, Anger iceberg, Therapy worksheets
The Anger Iceberg represents the idea that, although anger is displayed outwardly, other emotions may be hidden beneath the...
Free resources to help anxious children
Oohm!!! Get kids talking about their worries, writing them down, and discussing ways they can face their worries in a safe environment with people they trust. Discover more and download your free Worrypuff Worry Tree activity pack and child-friendly comic strip to help explain to kids the benefits of talking about their anxiety. Plus, discover the benefits of mindful colouring for young children, teens, families.
The Emotions Candy Game
Getting kids to talk about their emotions plays a huge part in helping them to process those emotions, get past them and move on with their lives. When you can combine that process with candy, well that just creates an all-around great situation. That why we were so excited to come across the M&M emotion game at Living a Rad Life.In this game, you use snack sized bags of chocolate covered candy (M&M’s) in order to get kids talking about their emotions. You and the child (or every child if…
Worry Monster Poem - ELSA Support for emotional literacy
Worry monster poem for displaying near a worry monster. A lovely way for children to offload their worries and feel better about themselves.
Feelings Tool-Book, Perfect For Your Calm Corner, Comes with 29 Feelings to Work On With Your Kids!
Teachers, School Counselors, Parents! The FEELINGS TOOL-BOOK is an interactive guide that helps young people relate to their feelings in healthy ways. Jam-packed with coping strategies + teaches important SEL (social emotional learning) skills like positive self-talk, emotional identification and self-awareness. Parents will love for their children, as it invites conversation and connection when reading and working through the book together. For teachers, a perfect addition to your Calm…