FREE RESOURCES FOR PARENTS AND TEACHERS
Have your child or student create a short visual routine by drawing pictures of 4 actions they take when they wake up in the morning and 4 actions they take before bed. If the child cannot draw, consider cutting and pasting images from a magazine. View larger image.
Two versions. 1st version: Have your child or students practice their conversation skills by trying to find students that a square describes. To complete the assignment, mark off 5 in a row. View larger image of version 1. 2nd version: Practice manners, emotional regulation, and being a good friend by completing the tasks on the bingo card. Mark off 5 to complete the assignment or get a prize. View larger image of version 2.
Take the time to get to know each student as an individual to help the year go smoothly. By concentrating on this, you can earn respect and rapport with each student. Get a head start by handing this page out on back to school night and having the parent or child fill it out. View larger image.
Help your child or student create a visual to express their emotions.
Creating a daily self-care routine can help with emotional regulation. Have your child write down 5 things they feel happy while doing.
CALENDAR OF DATES IN OBSERVANCE OF MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS, EDUCATION, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY 2020
Did you know that there are over 1,500 national holidays alone (that's not even counting the international holidays!)? That's a lot of dates to observe, so instead, we have hand-picked our favorite observance dates related to mental health, wellness, education, family, and community. View larger image.