May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The conversation around mental health is an important one for many educators, particularly during this unprecedented time when students (and teachers!) are dealing with a myriad of emotions, feelings, and stressors. To help, we wanted to share some resources that teachers and caregivers can use remotely to support their students’ social-emotional well-being. In this round-up, you’ll find reflection journals, worksheets for dealing with difficult emotions, and more.
Understanding Mental Health
Use these resources to deepen students’ understanding of their emotions and how they might identify and cope with them.
Supporting Self-Reflection and Self-Care
Use these resources to support students in managing their emotions and to enable them to proactively look after their own well-being.
Looking for mental health awareness resources to support your PreK-5 students? Check out the round-up here.