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The Stylish School Counselor: Simple Grief Activity
Grief Survival Kit and other grief activities modified from Pinterest ideas. GREAT!
When Families Grieve - Find links to activities that help children deal with grief, and get additional advice and support—from PBS KIDS, PBS Parents, and beyond.
Namebow rainbow! LOVE!!! Sooo cute! Love the idea of using for self-esteem group for students to come up with positive adjectives to describe themselves! Could also use for grief/loss group too!! answer questions on the strips of paper..
School Counselor's January Activity Pack - Includes activities for goal setting, a Martin Luther King Character Activity, a Feelings Board Game, and a Grief/Loss Memory Booklet.
Story Lanterns - good grief activity. They can add the story to one side of the lantern and then a picture to the other side and light it whenever they're missing the person.
Grief Activity Books for Kids 3-9 - What's Your Grief
Feelings Jenga: Draw a block and describe a time youve experienced this emotion. This would be great for our grief camp! Also cited w/more info@ elementaryschoolc...
GRIEF: Elmo's cousin Jessie shows Elmo her memory box, a place she keeps things that remind her of her dad. Making a memory box like Jessie's is a great activity for children coping with the death of someone special.
Things Left Unsaid - grief processing activity from rectherapyideas.b...
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Balloon anger activity - Also used this activity with grief for a girl who lost her grandfather. He had been in the military so she wrote a note to him, placed it in a helium balloon. Had the balloon filled and sent it into the heavens with a little ceremony. I did not believe it had that much of an impact; however, mother reported that the child talked about it for weeks afterwards.
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