Every year, the first week of May is Children’s Mental Health Week. It is a week where we draw attention to the mental health issues that children and youth face, raise awareness of these issues, decrease stigma and provide understanding of the help that is available. This year, through Distance Learning, we continue to focus on the mental health of our students and families. Below are daily mental health activities that I have been asked to share with our community. You may wish to have your child complete the activities on the day assigned, choosing an activity that fits with your family (or child(ren)’s) needs.
Friday, May 1: Mental and Emotional Well-Being – Mental and Emotional Well-Being
Monday, May 4: Children’s Mental Health Week – Faith and Spiritual Well Being.docx.pdf
Tuesday, May 5: Children’s Mental Health Week – Physical Activity1.docx.pdf
Wednesday, May 6: Children’s Mental Health Week – Family and Social Wellbeing.docx.pdf
Thursday, May 7: Children’s Mental Health Week – Land and Environment.docx.pdf
Friday, May 8: Children’s Mental Health Week – Routines.docx.pdf