This year's theme is 'Express Yourself'
Children's Mental Health Week is organised by the children's mental health charity Place2Be. Here are 3 ideas from Place2Be to inspire your creativity!
Try this Monster Game with your family!
It will keep you all entertained whilst you improve your creativity and communication skills!
A video about transitions and changes. As you begin to think about moving to a new year group or even a new school, watch this video to help you have a positive mind about changing times.
Click the link below to read a story called, ‘Everybody Worries.’
Weekly yoga challenge!
This week try these yoga poses called Snake pose and Dolphin pose.
Key Stage 2
Here is an activity for you to try out. It’s called Free Speech. This means that you have the right to say what you believe from an informed point of view. If you had the opportunity to have a conversation with someone to share your beliefs, who would it be and what would you say?
Here is a book called Everybody Worries. It might help you understand that you aren’t the only one who worries about things.
Try a 1 minute mindful exercise - to help your mind be calm and peaceful.
Join Ms. Sohanta in this video.
Read the story below and think about the questions at the end of the story. The book is called: How not to go to school.
Have a go at some of these ideas this week. You could choose to do them in the morning, at times between your schoolwork or even at the end of the day.
Let me know how you get on or even if you have some ideas of your own!
A (KS2 appropriate) game to explain how social distancing helps to stop infection
Key Stage 1
Thank you to Relax Kids.
Follow the link below, for the Little book of stars meditations.
Here is an activity for you to try out at home. I hope you enjoy it. You could send your pictures to us to show what you have done.
Yoga, breathing exercises and mindfulness for children
Smiling Mind app (free)
Stop, Breathe and Think Kids
DreamyKid meditation app
Meditation for kids – calmness, mindfulness, sleep
Think Ninja (10-18 year olds - with COVID-19 specific content)
Please find a range of wellbeing activities by following the link below: