Social Emotional Calendar

Social Emotional Calendar - Week 1
 Discussion & Activity
 Monday
Self Awareness
Tuesday
Self Management
Wednesday
Social Awareness
Thursday
Relationship Skills
Friday
Responsible Decisions
Discussion Question
How does your body feel when you have strong emotions? Fore example: how does your body feel when you are really scared, excited or mad?
What is a routine? Why are routines important?
 How can you show kindness to your family?
 What makes someone a good listener?
 Why is it important to follow directions from adults? How can you remind yourself to follow directions, even if you would rather be doing something else?
 Activity Pick an emotion and draw a picture of your body. Example: When I am scared my palms are sweaty. When I am angry my face gets hot.
 Write a morning routine with at least 5 activities that you should do when you first wake up. Post it by your bed and try to stick to it everyday for 1 week.
 Make a list of things you can do to be kind at home. Try to complete at least one activity each day for a week.
 Think of 3 questions to ask a friend. Call that person and ask those questions. Listen very carefully as they speak and then try to write or draw as much as you can remember.
 Write a letter to yourself and explain why it's important to follow directions from grown-ups who care about you.

Social Emotional Calendar - Week 2
 Discussion & Activity
 Monday
Self Awareness
Tuesday
Self Management
Wednesday
Social Awareness
Thursday
Relationship Skills
Friday
Responsible Decisions
Discussion Question
How are you feeling today? Feelings change all the time and that is normal. What causes your feelings to change from day to day?
How can you tell if a problem is big or small? How an you tell if you need help or if you can solve the problem on your own? How can you tell if the problem is small enough to just let it go?
What is empathy? Why is it important to think about other people's feelings?
How do you show people that you are thankful for them?
How can you tell if something you want to do is safe?
 Activity Keep a journal about your feelings. Each day write down how you are feeling and why.
 Make a list of problems that an adult can help you with, problems you can solve on your own, and problems you can let go.
 Think about your favorite character from a book, movie or tv show. Write or draw a letter to yourself as if you are that character. In the letter explain what you have experienced and how it felt.
 Write 3 thank you letters to family members and friends and let them know why you appreciate and love them.
 Make a list of activities that are safe and not safe to do alone.

Social Emotional Calendar - Week 3
 Discussion & Activity
 Monday
Self Awareness
Tuesday
Self Management
Wednesday
Social Awareness
Thursday
Relationship Skills
Friday
Responsible Decisions
Discussion Question
Think of something you have done this week that you are really proud of. What was it? Why were you so proud of yourself?
What happens when you get really mad? Do you sometimes have tantrums? Are those helpful? What could you do instead?
What should you do with the toys and clothes you don't use anymore? Would someone else like to use them?
How do you tell people that they have upset you? What should you say or not say?
 What does responsibility look like at home?
 Activity Keep a daily "proud of" journal. Each day, think of something you are really proud of yourself for. It can be something big or small.
Think of the last time you were really mad or had a tantrum. What made you so mad? What did you do? What will you the next time that happens?
Go through your old toys and clothes. Choose a few things you don't want anymore. Put them in a box and donate them.
Make a list of helpful things to say to let someone know they have upset you or hurt your feelings. Make another list of things that would not be helpful to say.
 Make a list of things you can do at home to be responsible and help your family around the house.

Social Emotional Calendar - Week 4
 Discussion & Activity
 Monday
Self Awareness
Tuesday
Self Management
Wednesday
Social Awareness
Thursday
Relationship Skills
Friday
Responsible Decisions
Discussion Question
How do you describe yourself? Do you use kind words to describe yourself?
What do you say to yourself when you are struggling with something? Do you tell yourself you can do it? Do you get mad at yourself? Which do you think is more helpful?
What can you do when you notice someone is feeling left out or lonely?
How do you fix it if you have hurt someone's feelings?
Consequences are the things that happen after we make a choice. Sometimes they are good and sometimes they are not. Why is it important to think about consequences before you make a decision?
 Activity Think of some kind words to describe yourself like smart, kind, funny and write them down on "I am" cards. Use any materials to decorate your cards. Post them around your house to remind you how great you are!
Think of some encouraging words to tell yourself when you are having a hard time. Create a poster by writing down your ideas on a big piece of paper and decorate it. Post it somewhere so you can cheer yourself up when you are having a tough time.
Think of someone you know or haven't talked to in a while. Call that person to see how they are doing or make a card and send it to them in the mail.
Write a letter to someone whose feelings you may have hurt. Tell them you are sorry and how you will fix it.
Think about a choice you need to make, jot down the positive and negative consequences of that choice could be.

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