Fear and anxiety can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Learning how to cope with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. Research tells us that children and adults benefit greatly from consistent and deliberate self-care activities. Learning how to take care of ourselves regularly will help ensure that we have the skills to manage future stressors in healthy and effective ways. Doing self-care activities not only helps cultivate good habits, it also helps the mind and body operate at their best. Making self-care a priority equips us physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually to care more authentically and enthusiastically for others. So, let us know how you are feeling by going to our AnswerGarden page, and check out our self-care checklists below.

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Self-Care for Kids

The best selfcare habits for kids are those that can be practiced regularly, provide relief from stress, and support the maintenance of a healthy body and mind.

Looking for a fun way to reinforce self care? Let’s see who can get a bingo first by completing five adjacent self-care actions! 

Self- care means giving yourself

permission to pause.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Pam Darrow says:

    i want to do the kids self care be creative at the top it has better colors too. 🙂

  2. Joshua Tyler Kent says:

    Personally, self care for me is travel/adventure. I try to encourage my students to go and see new places in and around the local area regularly and then we talk about it in class. It helps me, and it also encourages them to see and do new things.

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