Adults aren’t the only ones with a lot on their minds right now. Students are worried about the state of the world as coronavirus spreads and communities take action to protect each other. One of the benefits of creative expression is that it allows students to spend some time reflecting on how they feel and sharing it with the world. Through journaling, students are able to not only process their emotions, but express them in a healthy way.
Social emotional learning journal prompts can help students and families use writing as an emotional outlet. Invite families to journal together, and share their reflections and feelings with one another.
In this resource, you’ll find journal prompts to share with families. If you’d like, you can assign one prompt each day – there are enough for 2 full weeks of journaling!
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