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Activities 

Social & Emotional Wellness Activities

Emotional Check in

Emotional check in with ourselves, families and friends is so important. Sometimes it's difficult to express our feelings simply because we can’t find the right words.  Here are some tools to make checking in easier and fun!

Mindful Moments 

Journaling prompts we created to help guide you as you reflect.

Control worksheet 

This activity can help you manage stress by identifying the things we can control and the things we can't; we empower ourselves to do something about things under our control and let go of those we can't control.

Stress Management worksheet 

Here is a worksheet that will help you break down what is stressing you out right now and when you can do something about it. 

Practicing Gratitude 

This activity can be done as part of a group or on your own to help bring focus on the things we have to be grateful for and ultimately bring a sense of wellbeing. 

Self Care Assessment & Plans 

We have created a self care planning worksheet that is adapted to the “safe at home orders”... We hope you take the time to think about how you are taking care of yourself. 

Self-Care Tips

Here are some quick tips to help put self care into practice in our daily lives. 

Emotion Charades Activity

This icebreaker/team-builder is a perfect introductory activity to do with young people or with adult staff and other interested persons. Combining emotional recognition with emotion presentation, it allows individuals to get experience recognizing and expressing certain emotions and viewing how others may perceive a specific emotion.

Positive Self Talk worksheet 

Here is a worksheet to help navigate that negative talk we have with ourselves and turn it in to something more positive.

Grounding Techniques 

When the world seems to much for us to handle these grounding techniques can help us not feel so overwhelmed 

Questions that build connection 

Here are questions you can ask youth, your team or family to help drive connection and openness