This activity uses a poem and a feelings word-creation activity to engage students in identifying and sharing their feelings.
In these stressful times, this activity encourages students in grades 3-5 to see that we all feel a range of emotions, and that it's okay to feel them and to express them.
In these stressful times, this activity encourages our youngest students to see that we all feel a range of emotions, and that it's okay to feel them and to express them.
Students explore ways to creatively connect, show each other support, and display kindness amid this pandemic.
12 tips to help you take care of yourself in the coming weeks and months.
The students who aren't joining us online may be the ones who need us most. How can we reach out to them?
The effects of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package will be felt by everyone. Students read about and discuss this historic and controversial legislation.
Both teachers and parents may find these basic social and emotional learning (SEL) practices, from deep breathing to self-talk, helpful during this stressful time.
As schools and districts shift to online learning in response to the coronavirus, we educators need to create supportive and caring classroom communities in this new virtual environment. Here are ten tips for doing it.
It's helpful to create community guidelines for our online gatherings of staff - during the coronavirus pandemic, or at any time. Here are some sample guidelines from a recent online gathering of Morningside staff.