- Emotions - A thought-provoking Powerpoint presentation, which can be used as a stimulus for discussing different types of emotions.
- Expressing Feelings - A worksheet, encouraging children to think of vocabulary, linked to particular feelings. Contributed by Kirsty Scott.
- What makes you feel...? - An interesting activity to encourage children to think about their feelings.
- Worry Box - Help to resolve any worries children may have using this discrete technique.
- Warm Fuzzies and Cold Pricklies - Encourage children to share warm fuzzy feelings, rather than cold pricklies!
- Balancing Emotions - A practical way of showing children how to try balancing their positive and negative emotions.
- Final Thoughts - Make your final thoughts of the day nice ones, which reward children for their good deeds!
'How are you feeling
Can your children identify how the boy is feeling in each picture?
(with related teaching ideas)
- Feel Good Box - Boost children's self-confidence with a feel good box for your classroom.
- What is Special about You? - A fun activity which increases children's self-confidence and emphasises what is special about each person in your class.
- Positive Qualities - A circle time activity where children say positive things about each other, and guess who said what!
- The Click Cup - Encourage positive behaviour and boost self-esteem using this idea.
- Private Response - Encourage children to think of positive things about each other using this clever technique.
- Special Person Garden - Make a garden to show your children how special they are!
- Post a Note! - An enjoyable way of raising self-esteem and strengthening friendships.
- Give them a Hand - A lovely idea to remind children of their positive qualities.
- Favourites Bingo - An excellent way of getting children to mix and find out more about each other.
- Pat on the Back - A great idea for sharing positive comments about each other.
- The Exchange of Money - A lesson plan to get your students talking about money: what it is, where they get it, what they do with it, different forms of money and what they think of money. Contributed by MoneySmart.
- Where Money Goes - A lesson plan for KS2/3 students which asks them to think about where money goes. Contributed by MoneySmart.
- Budgeting for KS2 - Ideas and resources to teach Key Stage 2 pupils about making a personal budget. Contributed by MoneySmart.
- Budgeting for Teens - Ideas and resources to teach teenagers about making a personal budget. Contributed by MoneySmart.