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This time of year, it can feel like EVERYTHING is a must do. Students are not exempt from the stress of the end of the year. This week we are sharing some strategies to help calm the end of year stress felt by students and staff.

Positive Notes

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Give students sticky notes and have them write a positive affirmation for a classmate. Talk about growth mindset and discuss the efforts you have seen your students make this year.

Take a Brain Break

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Go Noodle is a great free tool that has tons of appropriate music videos with coordination activities for your students. From yoga to The Sid Shuffle, these short videos will help students take their mind off testing and get the wiggles out!


Practice Social and Emotional Skills


This article from Edutopia has some great activities to build social and emotional skills in your classroom. By building strong relationships, you are helping your students develop self and social awareness that will help them deal with stressful situations.

We hope these tips help you keep calm over the next few weeks!


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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Wednesday Web Tool: Tips to Ease Stress During EOY!


This time of year, it can feel like EVERYTHING is a must do. Students are not exempt from the stress of the end of the year. This week we are sharing some strategies to help calm the end of year stress felt by students and staff.

Positive Notes

Image result for positive sticky notes

Give students sticky notes and have them write a positive affirmation for a classmate. Talk about growth mindset and discuss the efforts you have seen your students make this year.

Take a Brain Break

Image result for brain breaks

Go Noodle is a great free tool that has tons of appropriate music videos with coordination activities for your students. From yoga to The Sid Shuffle, these short videos will help students take their mind off testing and get the wiggles out!


Practice Social and Emotional Skills


This article from Edutopia has some great activities to build social and emotional skills in your classroom. By building strong relationships, you are helping your students develop self and social awareness that will help them deal with stressful situations.

We hope these tips help you keep calm over the next few weeks!


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