Social/Emotional Activities for Kids During Quarantine

I hope you and your family are safe and healthy as we navigate this difficult time. To help your kids continue to learn and grow, here are a few activities that support social/emotional skills for elementary aged students. Feel free to share!

Four Relationship Skills that are Important for Families (That are Not Taught in School)

There’s scientific evidence that healthy relationships are foundational to a healthy life. But in childhood or as a young adult did you ever learn the skills that lead to healthy relationships? Me neither…

Helping Children Learn to Work Through Anger in a Healthy Way

There are many things I wish I’d learner earlier as a parent, but helping my kids manage anger in a healthy way tops the list. Like many people, I grew up in a home where anger wasn’t managed in healthy way. So I had no tools to reference in this area. I’d try to remain calm during tantrums, but inevitably I’d get triggered and end up angry too. Eventually I found some great resources that helped me become a more emotionally intelligent role-model to my kids.

Family Dinner Topic: Which Emotion is Most Difficult for You to Express at Home and Why?

As a child who grew up in the 70’s and 80’s, I missed the whole Emotional Intelligence (EQ) bus. My family didn’t talk about emotions or practice how to regulate them in a healthy way.
So when my kids were babies, I realized I had a lot to learn to help my family (and myself) develop EQ.