The Book of Hopes‘The Book of Hopes’: a free children’s book by over 110 authors and illustrators
Worry MonsterChildren can design a worry monster and then tell their worries to it. They can list any of their worries first.
Roll Dice gameA lovely independent activity where the children rolls two dice and then add them up (bit of maths there) and they can then answer the question with just a sentence or phrase.
Mandala Mood TrackerThis is a mood tracker mandala. Children can give each emotion a colour and then fill in their mandala daily on how they are feelings.
Wellbeing RainbowRainbows are everywhere at the moment and I thought it might be nice to combine wellbeing and rainbows. The 5 a day for wellbeing is really helpful at the moment for everyone. You can read about it here on the MIND website but I have also included a brief summary in the resource pack. Mine is obviously more child friendly. Children can colour the rainbow for your window and they can also use one of the small ones each day to colour in each time they manage to achieve one of the aims.
Mindfulness Story.This is a story I wrote 3 years ago and I thought it was very apt for right now where anxiety levels are running high. I have put this into powerpoint format so it can be viewed on a big screen at school or on a home computer.
Bucket full of happiness. Your child can write things that make them happy in each section of the bucket and see if they can fill it up.
My Favourite gameMy favourite game – this is a fun game which will help to boost wellbeing and happiness. Children roll a die and move that number of places on the board, following the arrows. They then have to answer what their favourite is.
Home challenge ChoresThis has activities every day for 14 days. You can access them from the PDF by clicking the BLUE writing.
Wellbeing DiaryThis is a wellbeing diary sheet that can printed as many times as you like.