Explain that sometimes we all need a little help when times get difficult. This might be a small ‘pick-me-up’ or it might mean help from an adult we trust.
This activity will help students to consider actions they can take to improve their well-being, through creating a well-being guide.
Show children some of the Action for Happiness Monthly Action Calendars including the Calendar for Families.
Which of these ideas would you put on your well-being guide?
Ask pupils to choose four or five examples, perhaps using some of the work they’ve done so far to help them. For example, play a physical game with my friends; think of three things which make me feel grateful.
The children may like to keep a well-being diary to note how the activities make them feel and which ones they find easier than others. Share the ideas with friends and family.
Develop your own class well-being calendar and share the activities.