Feeling Grateful
Feeling Grateful

Today’s Activities

Attitude of Gratitude

When you are feeling stressed, sometimes it helps to think about all the things for which you are grateful.  See how many squares you can fill out on this Gratitude Scavenger Hunt.

Check out this website to find more ways to help keep you calm.


Math should be fun!  That’s right, you can feel excited about figuring out problems that take thinking time.  That is how our brains grow!  Here are some thinking problems to get started.  Be sure to share your thinking with someone at home.

Leveled learning extension 1: Reinforce your math skills with these pages which offer more basic math problems

Leveled learning extension 2: Tease your brain with this worksheet to target foundational math skills!


Practice mindfulness with this yoga video.

De-Stress by Drawing

Another way to de-stress maybe by drawing.  You can follow this drawing tutorial to draw a panda.  For a circle shape, you can trace around a lid, can, or container.

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