We’re sure you’re seeing a lot of students dealing with feelings of anxiousness and worry, and it may be difficult to know how to help, especially if you’re trying to cope with your own worries.
With the anxiety worksheets below, you can assist your students by helping them identify the source of their anxiety and with coping strategies that can be used to deal with those feelings.
When we think about emotional awareness, we typically focus on situations that trigger negative emotions. But it’s also important that we identify and focus on the things that make us happy. By understanding both the positive and the negative, we become much more emotionally resilient.
In this lesson, you will help your students improve their emotional awareness by thinking about what makes them happy or gives them a “happy heart.”
A poster to help students work through worrying thoughts.
Use this resource in the classroom to help students work through worrying thoughts and problems. The Worry Waterfall encourages students to recognize worries that they can and cannot control. The poster guides them through a step-by-step process of decision making and of taking action.
In this episode of Happy Healthy Kids, Miss Kelsey highlights how to count down to keep calm. Learn how to “count the moments” and keep your breathing steady with clips from Ready, Jet, Go and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.
In this episode of Happy Healthy Kids, Miss Kelsey illustrates how breathing encourages self-control. Practice ways to relax using only your breath.
In this episode of Happy Healthy Kids, Miss Kelsey and some PBS Kids characters, help kids understand how facial expressions reflect our emotions. By recognizing our feelings, we learn how others are feeling as well.
What does the word healthy mean? What are some things we do to stay healthy? Teach language, vocabulary and listening comprehension with Celebrity Vocab clips from Sesame Street!
Students must provide examples of proper conflict resolution to show positive social and emotional health understanding. This sheet is appropriate for grades 1 or 2. Drawing is required.
This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.