Mental Health Curriculums for Teachers
According to a survey by First Book, 98% of educators say mental health challenges act as a barrier to children’s education.
On Our Sleeves is here to help. Use these curriculums in your classrooms to support your students’ mental health.
Emotional Empowerment (designed for grades 1-6)
This program, created with the educational experts at Young Minds Inspired, helps students identify and manage their emotions with step-by-step instructions for teachers. Activities are broken down by grades 1-3 and 4-6 and are available in Spanish. There’s also a certificate to give students once they complete the activities. A reproducible parent letter is also included (in both English and Spanish). Curriculum standards are provided.
Day Time Break (middle and high school)
Created with the educational experts at Young Minds Inspired, the curriculum covers mental health facts, dispels myths and develops practical strategies for building empathy and improving self-care. This curriculum, provided by the generosity of the Christina and Ryan Day Fund for Pediatric and Adolescent Mental Wellness, is for middle and high school and includes educator and family tip sheets, printable posters on practicing gratitude and more. Both curriculums are available in Spanish.
Share Your Feelings (grades 3-5)
In partnership with the Harlem Globetrotters, this program is designed for older elementary school students to explore their feelings more deeply and offers ideas for coping with stress. There are resources on how to engage kids in conversation, fun activities and a letter for parents and caregivers. The activities and letter are also provided in Spanish.
Taking Care: An Educator Guide to Healthy Habits for Student Emotional Wellness (grades 1-8)
Developed in partnership with First Book, this guide contains best practices and activities to enhance mental fitness and resiliency and decrease stress and anxiety. It also includes self-care tips for educators.
The Mooderators (grades 1-4)
On Our Sleeves teamed up with GoNoodle to provide videos and resources to talk about big feelings in children with The Mooderators. Skylar and Clara, “The Mooderators,” talk to kids about how to express themselves and to get kids up and moving. Each episode contains a guide so you can talk about it in the classroom.Fill out the form below to download curriculums and sign up for On Our Sleeves emails. Emails include mental health resources and strategies for kids by On Our Sleeves experts. You can unsubscribe at any time.
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