March 30-April 3

   e-Learning Activities (March 30-April 3)
                              Monday, March 30, 2020

                                           Emotions Part 1
Watch the video below to learn about emotions!

Questions to think about:
1. Which emotion are you feeling right now? 2. What can you do when you are feeling grumpy? 3. What can you do when you are feeling sad?

Activity: Make a list of all the things that make you happy. Share this list with someone at home!

  Tuesday, March 31, 2020 Emotions Part 2 Watch the video below and try to guess the feeling! ____________________________________

Questions to think about:  1. How does a person’s face change based on their emotion? 2. How does a person’s body change based on their emotion? 3. Which of these emotions are you feeling the most right now?


Fold a piece of paper in half two times, so that the paper is divided into four sections. Write one of the following emotions in each square: happy, sad, worried, and angry. Draw a picture of yourself showing each emotion. Wednesday, April 1, 2020 Mindful Breathing


Thursday, April 2, 2020 “The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes” By: Mark Pett and Gary Rubinstein Questions to think about: 1. How do you feel about making mistakes? 2. Were you ever afraid of something but you did it anyway? What made you try something scary? 3. Beatrice “felt her stomach jumping around inside her.” How do you think she is feeling? How do you know? 4. In your opinion, which is more important: learning from your mistakes or being perfect? Activity:

Fold a piece of paper in half. On one side, draw or write about a mistake you have made. On the other side, draw or write the lesson you learned from your mistake. Friday, April 3, 2020 What is a Growth Mindset? ___________________________________

Questions to think about while watching: 1. Why does Mojo want to leave school? Can you sometimes relate to how Mojo is feeling? 2. What does Katie say to Mojo to convince him not to leave? 3. Do you think Mojo can become smarter? Why or why not? 4. What subject do you feel frustrated by sometimes? Can you see yourself becoming smarter in that subject? How?