Project Brainstorm: Let us help you! This month’s topic is Stress

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We are going to pose a topic and ask you to “help us help you” by just sharing one thing you did whether it be an activity, a video clip, infographic, reading, TPT product, etc. when teaching that topic. We believe everyone will win in the end as you’ll have a new lesson or at least a lot of new ideas and resources to pull from. Check back often as this page will be updated as resources come in.

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This month’s topic is Stress. Ready, set, send us ideas on how you teach this topic!

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  • I have used this lesson in a variety of ways over the years.  I have them listen to the song, “Under Pressure” by Queen and then I show them the video and have them answer the questions on the Stress Activities Worksheet (Word).  I also have them make a stress ball with a balloon and flour and answer the question.  I also do a stress release day with a tape that talks us through some breathing activities and meditation.  Some times I do it all in one day with rotations through the station and other times I devote more time to each one. – Ahren Wagner, KY

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