How You Can Help Kids With Stress
What these kids are feeling is stress. Sometimes they know the exact cause of their stress and they can verbalize what the problem is and what they need.
But sometimes they need help.
In your daily plans it’s nearly impossible to find extra time to provide all those ancillary things that “are not on the lesson plan.” And at the end of the day you still have to get that lesson plan done.
Watching Rocketoons Helps Kids Talk About Their Stress
When kids watch a four-minute episode of Rocketoons, they relax. They can often relate to what the characters in the cartoon are feeling. They can talk easily about what the charactersmust be feeling, but what they’re really telling us is what THEY are feeling. They can see how bad behaviorcauses problems, and they learn how their own behavior is affecting others.
Rocketoons cartoons are only four minutes long and come with ready-made lesson plans called a CARTOONVERSATION™ CARD. This useful guide provides five discussion starting questions, five factoids about the subject matter, and five additional online resources for instructorswho want to go deeper into the subject. We’ve seen Rocketoons affect positive change when used with an entire class, in small groups, in pairs, even one-on-one with student and teacher.
Watch Rocketoons now at Rocketoons.com – they’re always free and always available.
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