Activities for Teachers, Therapists, and Other Helpers
In your special role with grieving children and families, you may feel limited in how you can help. Fortunately, there are many ways for non-family adults to have a positive impact on a grieving child.
THINGS TO DO
The Shared Grief Project
Watch videos and read interviews with athletes, celebrities, and other high-profile figures who have experienced a loss.
Grief House Activity
This activity can be modified for children and teens to talk about any change in their house and process their feelings. Can also be used as an art project with additional modifications.
Emotions Bingo Printable Game for Kids
Emotions Bingo is a great way to talk about the emotions we all experience and what we do with those emotions when we feel them. (Remember, feelings are never right or wrong – it’s how we cope that matters!)
Grief Sentence Completion
Complete these sentences…
THINGS TO READ
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