Each year, thousands of children experience the death of a family member or friend or face a community tragedy.
These children return to school with thoughts and feelings that affect their daily lives. Counselors are called upon to help these children heal their broken hearts and to teach them coping strategies. Creative activities allow children to express their feelings and guide them through the grieving process.
This research based book includes many reproducible activity sheets and interactive activities to give children an opportunity to express themselves through words; art; storytelling; games; puzzles; and special-interest activities, such as gardening.
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Ages 6 through 12
Grades 1 through 7
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This is one of the best resources I have bought. Simple practical and...
January 8 2021
This is one of the best resources I have bought. Simple practical and affordable. Extra materials needed are typical items already owned by school age children. I used it with a 4 your old (younger than recommended) but easily adaptable. She drew emoji faces expressing the feelings words she could not write. Her older siblings enjoyed the activities and they helped bring up important topics and discussions. I shared a couple activities with their mom that they can do as a family, they are currently in quarantine and it has been a creative outlet they can do together.