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On Our Sleeves


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Taking Care: An Educator Guide to Healthy Habits for Student Emotional Wellness


On Our Sleeves has partnered with First Book to create this free guide for educators. It contains best practices and activities to optimize emotional resilience and decrease stress and anxiety.

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The Mooderators!


On Our Sleeves just released a new video series with GoNoodle, The Mooderators! Clara and Skylar love to talk about feelings and give ways to cope with their feelings. Along with four videos and activities that will release in May (one per week), there is curricula to support each video so kids continue to practice what they've learned from the Mooderators.

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Classroom Conversation Starters

Getting to know your students is a great way to build classroom community and help all students feel included. We’ve come up with some conversation starters that you can use with your class. You’ll learn more about them and they’ll learn about each other too.

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Breaking Stigmas


As you know, the past couple of years have shown us the importance of students’ mental health and the impact that it has on their well-being and learning. Unlike physical health, mental health is largely misunderstood and stigmatized in our society.

These lessons, in English and Spanish, will provide age-appropriate, engaging activities that help elementary and middle school students identify feelings and emotions. They will help build a supportive school environment and support social and emotional learning skills as well as health and language arts curricular standards.

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Gratitude


Research shows that people who practice gratitude - who think about the good things in their life - are healthier and happier! They feel more energized, sleep better, have stronger social connections, and feel better about themselves. Gratitude helps us grow mentally and grow as a person.

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Healthy Habits


This program will reinforce healthy habits in children, such as establishing routines, eating healthily, getting enough sleep, and being physically active.

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Happiness


Happiness revolves around meaningful connections to others and positive life experiences. This program will promote the mental health of your students by encouraging them to make those positive connections and to understand that happiness is a choice.