2. Attitude for gratitude! Write a list of all the things you are grateful for.
3. Start a ‘Joy Journal’, every time something positive happens or you feel good about something, write it down.
4. Write down your answer to the following sentence...The one thing I wish people knew about me is…
5. Think back to your best day ever! Write a diary entry about what happened and why it was so good.
6. Do you know what to do if your mental health isn’t feeling good? Design a poster to explain what to do to help.
7. Music is great for mental well-being! Write down the lyrics of your favourite happy song or you could write your own!
8. Write a poem about what you’re proud of. You could use the word PROUD to create an acrostic or write it in any style you like.
9. Write down small acts of kindness and collect them in a box in your classroom. Your classmates can take one and do something kind for someone each day.
10. What would you do if you thought your friend was feeling sad or depressed? Write down your answer.
11. Complete the following sentences: “I am happiest when…” “My favourite thing about my personality is…” and “The thing that is unique about me is…”
12. Superpowers! If you could be a mental health superhero, what would your power be? To make people happy when they are sad? Or something else?
13. Inner voice - Write a motivational speech to yourself. Keep it somewhere safe and read it whenever you need a boost.
14. Something that makes me feel… Write a sentence for each of these words: Happy, excited, grateful, silly, proud, and amused.
15. Create your own recipe for good mental health - what will you include? A teaspoon of sunshine? A sprinkle of self-care?
16. Complete the following sentence with a compliment and then pass it on to someone. “Hey, you! I just wanted to let you know that…”
17. An A-Z of you! Write a positive word about yourself, your personality or your appearance for every letter of the alphabet.
18. Start a ‘Self-esteem Scrapbook’, collect items that make you feel good. It could be cards, photos, certificates or something else. Write down the date you got it and why it's special.
19. Write about a time when you accomplished something you didn’t think you could.
20. Write a letter to a friend or family member telling them why they are important to you. This will remind you how lucky you are to have them and make them smile too!
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