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Coping with Tragedy: Activities to Support Elementary Students BUNDLE

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Not sure what to say or how to help your students when a tragedy occurs? Traumas like acts of violence or losing a classmate are hard. This coping with trauma packet gives you a handful of activities, tips, and book suggestions to help you navigate tragic events with your students.

Delivery Method: Instant Digital Download 

Pages: 72 PDF pages + Google Slides
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Coping with Tragedy: Activities to Support Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd Grade Students

Not sure what to do, say, or how to help your students when a tragedy occurs? Traumas or tragedies like natural disasters, acts of violence, or losing a valued community member impact your classroom in many ways. This packet provides a handful of activities, tips, and book suggestions to help you navigate tragic events with your students.

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Coping with Tragedy: Activities to Support 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade Students

Tragedies like natural disasters, acts of violence, or losing a valued community member impact your classroom in so many ways. This packet gives you a handful of activities, tips, and book suggestions to help you navigate tragic events with your students. This product was created for 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade students.

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Coping with Tragedy: Activities to Support Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd Grade Students

Not sure what to do, say, or how to help your students when a tragedy occurs? Traumas or tragedies like natural disasters, acts of violence, or losing a valued community member impact your classroom in many ways. This packet provides a handful of activities, tips, and book suggestions to help you navigate tragic events with your students.

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Coping with Tragedy: Activities to Support 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade Students

Tragedies like natural disasters, acts of violence, or losing a valued community member impact your classroom in so many ways. This packet gives you a handful of activities, tips, and book suggestions to help you navigate tragic events with your students. This product was created for 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade students.

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Coping with Tragedy: Activities to Support Elementary Students BUNDLE

This BUNDLE includes TWO coping with tragedy activities resources. ONE resource is for K-2nd grade, and ONE resource is for 3rd-5th grade, which you can find here:

Not sure what to do, say, or how to help your students when a tragedy occurs? Traumas like natural disasters, acts of violence, or losing a valued community member impact your classroom in many ways. These packets give you a handful of activities, tips, and book suggestions to help you navigate tragic events with your students.

There is some overlapping content in these products. Some pages have been adapted to meet the grade level’s needs (line spacing, vocabulary, etc.).

These products pair well with these books. Depending on the tragedy, some books will be better than others. A Flicker of Hope by Julia Cook and A Terrible Thing Happened by Margaret M Holmes are beneficial for any tragedy. Some of these titles are specific to specific tragedies.

Check these “coping with tragedy” titles to find what you might need:

  1. A Flicker of Hope by Julia Cook
  2. Worry Says What? by Allison Edwards
  3. A Terrible Thing Happened by Margaret M Holmes
  4. Flood by Alvaro F. Villa
  5. The Memory Box: A Book About Grief by Joanna Rowland
  6. Listening to My Body: A guide to helping kids understand the connection between their sensations and feelings by Gabi Garcia.
  7. I Can Handle It (Mindful Mantras) by Laurie Wright
  8. Help Your Dragon Deal With Anxiety by Steve Herman
  9. In My Heart: A Book of Feelings (Growing Hearts) by Jo Witek
  10. Coping Skills for Kids Workbook: Over 75 Coping Strategies to Help Kids Deal with Stress, Anxiety and Angerby Janine Halloran

Please note:

  • Please be aware that these resources are NOT intended to replace mental health services for students in need. Depending on the tragic event, the proximity of the trauma, and other factors, students may need help on a more individual basis.
  • Teachers and counselors should closely monitor students’ reactions to activities. Students coping with tragedy respond to situations, activities, and feelings differently. Make decisions in the best interest of students. It is okay if some students refrain from participating in an activity. It might also mean some students require a referral to a school psychologist or counselor.
  • Be very clear with students about your intention to share (or not share) the final product(s) with others. If you intend to display or send any part of this home to parents, students should be aware of that before the activity begins.
  • These activity packs were created for communities experiencing a tragedy. This might include a natural disaster, the loss of a community member (including a teacher or student), or an act of violence (including a school shooting).
  • Though these were not intended to be used for students who experience (or are experiencing) chronic trauma or who have had traumatic experiences in their past, you may find that some of the activities and discussions are beneficial.

NOTE: THESE FILES INCLUDE A DIGITAL DISTANCE LEARNING OPTION!

These products include a digital option (as well as the no prep printable option). The instructions for utilizing the digital portion appear at the end of the packet. The mini-book, comfort coins, and coloring pages are not included digitally.

These PDF files contain 72 pages + Google Slides™.

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Coping with Tragedy: Activities to Support Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd Grade Students

Not sure what to do, say, or how to help your students when a tragedy occurs? Traumas or tragedies like natural disasters, acts of violence, or losing a valued community member impact your classroom in many ways. This packet provides a handful of activities, tips, and book suggestions to help you navigate tragic events with your students.

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Coping with Tragedy: Activities to Support 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade Students

Tragedies like natural disasters, acts of violence, or losing a valued community member impact your classroom in so many ways. This packet gives you a handful of activities, tips, and book suggestions to help you navigate tragic events with your students. This product was created for 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade students.

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