Maria Lloyd
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This grief activity could be appropriate for children of many ages, from preschool to adolescent. It encourages positive memories and coping.

Memory Bracelets for grieving - can also use the same idea as a coping/soothing bracelet when times get tough e. recovery, anxiety, stress, panic, etc.

As a counselor, sometimes I work with kids who have a hard time identifying their feelings, especially the fact that feelings can range from slight to intense. One of the interventions I use is a feelings thermometer.

As a counselor, sometimes I work with kids who have a hard time identifying their feelings, especially the fact that feelings can range from slight to intense. One of the interventions I use is a feelings thermometer. Stress can kill you!

Getting kids to talk and open up can be a challenge.  This conversation starter activity and free printable can help kids open up.  It can also be used by parents, educators, and counselors.

Getting Kids To Talk with Free Printable - Kiddie Matters Getting kids to talk and open up can be a challenge. This conversation starter activity and free printable can help kids open up. It can also be used by parents, educators, and counselors.

Shields of Strength: Sometimes children lose self esteem, or find it hard to see their strengths when overwhelmed by grief. The Shield of S...

Shield of Strength can bee used to increase a child's self esteem by identifying their strengths. Children can draw their strenghths on an armor shield cutout.

This fortune teller craft contains a list of 100 unique coping strategies for kids and young adults. Blanks and samples are also included.

It’s important to teach, practice, and choose coping strategies that work for each individual child. Using a Coping Strategies Fortune Teller can help with all their different feelings in a fun, interactive, and hands-on way.