Guidance will post our virtual learning activities every other week! You can also find them on your teacher's activity boards. 

Week of June 1st-5th Activities

Kindergarten-2nd Grade 

  1. Mindful Moment: Do 20 jumping jacks and slow your heart rate down by deep breathing. 
  2. If you are going to be home alone or babysat for any amount of time, have a talk with your family about what that looks like. 
    • Make a list of things you are allowed to do and not allowed to do.
    • Make a list of emergency phone numbers you can call if something goes wrong.
    • Make a daily schedule.
    • Make a safety plan for if there is a fire.
    • Check out this Safe at Home, Safe Alone booklet for more information and go through as many of the activities as you can. 
  3. Watch this video about Conflict Resolution and practice the steps the next time you get in a fight or disagreement with someone. 
  4. Check out Ms. Davis’ Calm Room for different calm down activities to try!

3rd-4th Grade 

  1. Mindful Moment: Do 20 jumping jacks and slow your heart rate down by deep breathing. 
  2. If you are going to be home alone or babysat for any amount of time, have a talk with your family about what that looks like. 
    • Make a list of things you are allowed to do and not allowed to do.
    • Make a list of emergency phone numbers you can call if something goes wrong.
    • Make a daily schedule.
    • Make a safety plan for if there is a fire.
    • Check out this Safe at Home, Safe Alone booklet for more information and go through as many of the activities as you can. 
  3. Watch this video about Conflict Resolution and practice the steps the next time you get in a fight or disagreement with someone. 
  4. Check out Ms. Davis’ Calm Room for different calm down activities to try!
5th Grade
  1. Mindful Moment: Do 20 jumping jacks and slow your heart rate down by deep breathing. 
  2. If you are going to be home alone or babysat for any amount of time, have a talk with your family about what that looks like. 
    • Make a list of things you are allowed to do and not allowed to do.
    • Make a list of emergency phone numbers you can call if something goes wrong.
    • Make a daily schedule.
    • Make a safety plan for if there is a fire.
    • Check out this Safe at Home, Safe Alone booklet for more information and go through as many of the activities as you can. 
  3. Watch this video about Conflict Resolution and practice the steps the next time you get in a fight or disagreement with someone. 
  4. Check out Ms. Davis’ Calm Room for different calm down activities to try!
  5. Watch the video "Middle School Transitions" and then go through the power point on your own to access the different links. 


Week of May 18th-22nd Activities 

Kindergarten-2nd

Watch the different videos on internet safety, talk with your family about what you watched, make a list of how you can stay safe on the internet, and decide as a family how long you should be on a device each day.

3rd- 4th Grade 

Play the game Digital Passport to learn more about internet safety andhow to be a good digital citizen. Talk with your family about different things you learn from the game, make a list of how you can stay safe on the internet, and decide as a family how long you should be on a device each day.


5th Grade 

Use theMiddle School Questionsform to ask any questions you have about middle school. A video answering the questions will be on the next set of guidance activities! If you do not want to use the form, email your questions to Ms. Davis atdavistm@pwcs.eduAlso, check out the game Digital Passportto learn more about internet safety andhow to be a good digital citizen.

Week of May 4th-8th Activities

Kindergarten-2nd Grade

Mindful Moment: Find 5 items you can see, 4 items you can touch, 3 sounds you can hear, 2 things you can smell, and 1 thing you can taste.

Practice these 3 coping strategies:You can do these any time, but they are especially helpful when you are feeling sad, lonely, stressed, mad, worried, or upset.

  1. 1, Practice deep breathing 5 times during the day(Example: mountain breathing, superhero breathing, elephant breathing, regular deep breathing). Remember in through your nose, out through your mouth, slowly.

  1. 2. Find a stuffed animal or toy to hug when you are feeling sad, scared, or worried. 

  1. 3. Find 3 activities that make you happy or calm and then do them (Examples: coloring, drawing, writing, reading, watching videos, listening to music, playing games).

 

3rd-5th Grade

Mindful Moment: Find 5 items you can see, 4 items you can touch, 3 sounds you can hear, 2 things you can smell, and 1 thing you can taste. 

Practice these 3 coping strategies: You can do these any time, but they are especially helpful when you are feeling sad, lonely, stressed, mad, worried, or upset.

  1. 1. Practice deep breathing 5 times during the day. (Example: mountain breathing, superhero breathing, elephant breathing, regular deep breathing). Remember in through your nose, out through your mouth, slowly. 

  1. 2. Find 3 activities that make you happy or calm and then do them(Examples: coloring, drawing, writing, reading, watching videos, listening to music, playing games).

  1. 3. Find or make something you like to touch for when you are feeling sad, scared, or worried (Example: Slime, smooth rock, stress ball, squishy, stuffed animal). 



Week of April 20th-24th Activities

Kindergarten-2nd Grade
Mindful Moment: Pick a color and find 10 things that are that color. 

Practice these 3 coping strategies.

  1. 1. Write/draw how you are feeling.

  1. 2. Find a video that makes you feel happy and then watch it. 

  1. 3. Dance to 3 songs that make you happy. 

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3rd-5th Grade

Mindful Moment: Pick a color and find 15 things that are that color.

Practice these 3 coping skills.

  1. 1. Write/Draw how you are feeling and how you have been doing during this time.

  1. 2. Make a list of at least 5 songs that calm you down or make you happy and then listen to them. 

  2. 3. Make a list of 5 positive/good things in your life.