Friday, September 18, 2020

Be An Emotion Scientist

 


Explore. Identify. Observe. Research. Explore your feelings and help your child explore their feelings as well. Explore why you are feeling the way you feel. Look deeper than the normal surface feelings of happy, sad, and mad. Identify what the root feeling is? Are you lonely, embarrassed, nervous, or excited? Observe your and others facial expressions and body posture. Research more about feelings and how to navigate them. Students can find stories about feelings on their School Counseling Clever page.


Monday, September 7, 2020

Resilience Group


Purpose: To talk and learn with other kids about their experiences related to COVID19, practice identifying feelings and thoughts, share and find new ways to cope, feel better and build hope. 

Who: 3rd & 4th Grade Students are invited to participate. It will be co-facilitated by one of the school counselors Hayley Arnold or Kristine Carey and Jorie Gold, OId Bonhomme's school based therapist through Jewish Family Services. Groups will be made up of up to 6-8 students and 2 facilitators. 

When:  Each session will be during WIN time from 3:20-4:00 P.M. on Monday or Wednesday starting the week of September 13. The groups will meet via Zoom once a week for three weeks. 

How do I sign my child up? - Complete this form. You will get an email confirmation before the groups start. 

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

A Little Spot Learns Online

Here is a story to get you ready for school.  A Little Spot Learns Online A Story About Virtual Classroom Expectations written and illustrated by Diane Alber.  Visit her web site to check out her other books and resources. 

 

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Social Emotional Resources Related to COVID-19

Looking for ways to continue working on social and emotional learning at home? Click on this link to access a centralized website of social/emotional resources that includes self-care tips for adults and helpful resources for parents.