March 17-20

e-Learning Activities (March 17-20)

Tuesday, March 17, 2020


Circle of Support

  1. Talk about how you are feeling with the people you trust at home. 
  2. If you have questions, ask the people you trust to help you understand.
  3. Keep in touch with friends, even if you’re not seeing them at school every day.
  4. Video chat or call loved ones who don’t live near you.

Resources for Parents

"Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus" 
Child Mind Institute

https://childmind.org/article/talking-to-kids-about-the-coronavirus/

"Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource"
National Association of School Psychologists


https://www.nasponline.org/resources-and-publications/resources-and-podcasts/school-climate-safety-and-crisis/health-crisis-resources/talking-to-children-about-covid-19-(coronavirus)-a-parent-resource

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

RAINBOW BREATHING

Arms start at the side of your body; arms go up as you breathe in and go down as you breathe out (arms make a rainbow)

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                            Thursday, March 19, 2020

“Kindness is Cooler, Mrs. Ruler” By: Margery Cuyler
Questions to think about before reading: 1. Do you think kindness is cool? 2. What are some kind things you can do at home and at school?

Questions to think about during/after reading: 1. Do you think the students can really do 100 acts of kindness? 2. What should they do if they fill up the bulletin board with "acts of kindness hearts"? 3. Why do you think Mrs. Ruler likes to speak in rhymes? 4. Why does David have a difficult time thinking of good deeds he can do? 5. Which good deeds in the book are your favorite? Which ones are your least favorite type of chores?

Friday, March 20, 2020 Letting the Worries Go

 

Having trouble letting go of the worries? Try these strategies: 1. Set a 3-minute timer. During those 3 minutes, think about the worries all you want. When the timer goes off, worry time is over! Get up, move to a new space, and think of something else! 2. Write your worries on a piece of paper. Tear or crush it up and then throw your worries away in the trash can.