March 7, 2022
Welcome to the Mylemarks Monthly newsletter! The Resource of the Month is called My Body Response (Anxiety). This worksheet is an interactive way to engage kids in identifying physical responses for feelings of anxiety. This PDF can also be opened and used in Google Slides allowing your client to complete the worksheet digitally in session. Using the Google Slides tools, your client will be able to draw lines and input text directly on the worksheet all while you watch and interact. If you like this resource, make sure to also check out My Body Response (Anger) and My Body Response (Sadness), newly added this week! To find additional Google Slides compatible resources, look for the GS abbreviation in the product title.
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Talk Me Up!
In our continued collaboration with BMH Connect and Dr. April Duncan, we've developed a positive affirmation card game created for use with Black kids and teens.
Talk Me Up! is a fun, interactive card game designed to help kids learn and recite positive and empowering statements as they participate in gameplay. Positive affirmations and self-talk can be helpful coping mechanisms for clients that experience stress, anxiety, low self-worth, or negative social interactions.
Visit our Diversity and Inclusion section to view all of the resources from our collaboration with BMH Connect including:
Gratitude Journal for Kids
There are many benefits for children that keep a gratitude journal including improved happiness and self-esteem. The Gratitude Journal for Kids is a 21-page interactive journal including writing/drawing prompts and engaging activities designed specifically for kids.
Each day, your client can identify 3 people, places, things, or experiences that they are thankful for and then write or draw their answer to a prompting question.
The Gratitude Journal for Kids will be available on Monday, March 14th. Keep an eye out for the e-mail 👀. Preview it below!
Make sure to also check out our Gratitude Journal for Teens - now available.
Coming in April!
How Would You Feel?
How would you feel...if you won first place in a contest? How about if a grown-up yelled at you? How Would You Feel is a printable activity created to help kids identify and explore feeling words and faces.
Each player has a blank face board. Players take turns drawing a card from the pile. Each card contains a scenario for them to read aloud asking them how they would feel if it happened. The player then identifies how it would make them feel and selects a corresponding feeling face to place on their blank face board. Everyone is welcome to chime in as well!
Players are encouraged to empathize with each other as they explore how our emotional responses may differ for everyone. You are able to further explore how similar facial reactions can be interpreted as multiple feelings.
How Would You Feel is designed to help increase your client's feelings vocabulary, promote empathy, and improve understanding of facial expressions and social cues.
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