Checking-in with your students can help you find opportunities to help them express their emotions in healthy ways. We’ve created the following mental health tools to help you perform daily check-ins and help students of all ages identify their feelings.
Learn how to check-in, practice active listening, and offer help. Keep track of your progress by printing one each month. It can be helpful to have one for each student or to set aside time to check-in with everyone in your classroom throughout the month.
Use this tool with young children and people of all ages who find it easier to identify emotions using a visual aid.
Mental Health Resources for Parents
If you have parents who are curious about mental health, you can direct them to our free mental health resources for parents.
Mental Health Resources Blog
Our blog is updated monthly with the latest resources to help you check-in and improve mental health.
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