Why not try some of these ideas to build your character strengths?
A game from Health for Kids:
Feelings can be difficult to understand and hard to let go of. Sometimes it’s easier to write them down, so why not try adding a note about how you’re feeling to one of our lanterns and watch as your worries float away?
There are lots of other games and information on this website too.
Try a Zumba dance class - lots of fun!
If you're finding it hard to manage at the moment, just remember that it won't be forever! Remember to set little goals... keep them manageable and find a small way to celebrate your successes such as writing them down or saying them out loud. We've got this!
Here is the 'May Action for Happiness Calendar' with some ideas to try to improve your wellbeing
There are lots of great games and ideas on the 'GoNoodle' page for all ages, including dancing, making a snowstorm jar and other activities.
This game enables a young person to pick the cards that best represent how they are feeling, prompt them to discuss the topic and find out more information. It was designed by RCPCH 2017 summer intern, Amina (age 16). She wanted to devise a product to help children and young people express their feelings.
Play a 'Roll-a' game
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Clinicians at the Anna Freud Centre have developed seven ways which they consider to be best practice in responding to children and young people’s worries and fears. For support and ideas, take a look here...