Bring a sense of peace and calm to your home or classroom with these Mindfulness Activities for Kids! These simple exercises are the perfect way to bring social-emotional learning to life. Help children relax, reflect, and refocus during moments of stress or classroom chaos with these easy yoga moves!
Germs, and fever, and sickness, OH MY! During cold and flu season, it's important to teach children about handwashing and proper sanitation practices. This intriguing activity is incredibly effective in illustrating how easily germs are transmitted and how perfectly hand washing can prevent further spreading.
People of all ages experience stress, but stress can be especially harmful and disruptive for children because they are still developing appropriate social-emotional responses. In her book Helping Them Heal, Karen L. Peterson, PhD, describes the different stressors that children may experience and how they typically react to stress.
Decorating a classroom can be expensive. Hunting for free or inexpensive materials can make all the difference in creating a welcoming and engaging environment for your students. Learn how you can find inexpensive materials and turn trash into treasure for your classroom.
Looking for fun crafts to help your students get to know each other? The Get-to-Know-Me Caterpillar will help children practice their fine motor skills while getting to share a little bit about themselves. This is a great way to get to know your students as you start the new school year!
Beat the back-to-school blues by throwing a party to celebrate the last days of summer. Take advantage of the sunny days, nice weather, and everything else children love about summer. This will help them say goodbye to summer break as they transition back into their schedules for school.