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For students around the world, life seems a bit upside down right now.  There have been so many changes.  While it might be difficult to see what things will look like in the future, it will get better.  So what will your “better” look like?  Here is a Vision Board Activity to help you think about how you would like things to be and to remind you that things will get better.

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Focus on Nature, an organization that inspires young people to explore and connect with nature through photography, is providing a free online nature photography program to support teachers and students learning from home. Through free weekly on-line photography lessons, you can get creatively connected to nature in your own home and backyard.

Posted: June 1, 2020

Journaling is a terrific way to express emotions in a safe way and allows you to express your feelings in a safe space.  This social emotional journal can be an ongoing project for you where you can add journal entries and worksheets.  In this SEL Journal starting package you will find the COVER SHEET, ALL ABOUT ME Activity and the THINGS I LIKE Activity.

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Posted: May 25, 2020

There are different ways to stay calm like yoga, meditation, deep breathing or even blowing bubbles.  In this activity you will focus on the present moment by identifying something that helps you calm down. You will also get a chance to practice deep breathing with Lester.

Nature is a wonderful place to go and relax and enjoy the beauty around us.  For this activity, go out in your backyard or somewhere close to home that is ok with your parents and find a nice tree to sit under. Once you are settled, just breathe in the fresh air and look around at everything.  Now you are ready to do the FIVE SENSES ACTIVITY:

Acts of Kindness and small gestures can bring joy to others and by helping others, we too benefit in these stressful times.  In fact, by thinking about and doing things to help others, we can reduce our own stress.

Posted: May 11, 2020

Mindfulness, simply put, means paying attention to the present moment. It means taking a step back and noticing the world around you, as well as noticing your inner experiences like thoughts and feelings. With practice, mindfulness can help adults and children cope with problems such as stress, anxiety, and ADHD.

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Here is a calendar of Social Emotional Learning Activities for the month of May.  Have fun practicing the skills needed for a successful life.  Hi Parents.  Want to learn more about SEL? Check out this link:

Games can be a great way to help us with our mental health.  Check out this doc.

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Added: Sun, Apr 26 2020


What is Your Vision of the Future? Vision Board Activity
Nature Connection- Focus on Nature: Free On-Line Photography Lessons for Students
Social Emotional Journal Project
Keeping Calm: What works for you?