No Cost At-Home SEL Resources
Sanford Harmony, bring social emotional learning to your home.
Project AWARE, mental health on social distancing.
Random Acts of Kindness
We need to distance ourselves, but that doesn’t mean we can’t help each other. During difficult times, we often see the most beautiful acts of kindness. With all of our suggestions, we would ask that you don’t interact directly with others. Stay at least six feet away from people. Communicate by phone, email, social media, etc. Follow the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization and take special precautions to keep yourself safe and healthy.
If you are healthy and not in ‘at risk’ groups consider helping those who are immunocompromised or elderly.
Post these notes on the doors of your neighbors! (Don’t interact directly, just leave the note on the door.)
If you’re home and looking for things to do to keep busy, we have gathered a page of resources to help!
We will get through this sooner if we take care of ourselves and each other (without risking contagion).
Kindness is a powerful tool. Let’s use it.