SEL Parent Resources and Activities

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    Make wellness and self-care a family priority. Use the Wellness Calendars for the whole family. 
    Daily activities range from journaling, exercising, breathing and stretching. 

    Cooperation is key for any household. Feeling that we each contribute to our family is also important.
    Have you ever wondered what chores or jobs your kids could complete? Need help with family chores?
    Check out the positive parenting solutions below!

    Positive Parent Solutions has Offered Resources for Parents

    Jobs for Kids at Any Age

    Family Contributions Instead of Chores 

    Parenting Resources

    The Parent Guide to Resilience

    To help build resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic, WhyTry is providing this guide free of charge. To learn more about their engaging social and emotional curriculum, visit

    To access the resilience guide directly click here!

    March Wellness Activies - Create a Mindful March

    SEL Practices: Ideas For Your Home
    SEL Practices for Home


    Suicide Prevention

    Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. Every year close to 800,000 people take their own life and there are many more people who attempt to. It is the 2nd leading cause of death among 15-29 year old's globally but is preventable with timely interventions. Please use the helpful links below and never be afraid to speak to someone.

    For Parents

    What parents need to know about suicide.
    Kevin Hines’ story and links to mental health videos
    Risk Factors
    How to help someone – linked to AFSP

    For Students

    March 8th Suicide Presentation

    Hobart Middle and Hobart High School students and staff will connect with Kevin Hines from California. Kevin Hines will present "Cracked, Not Broken: The Kevin Hines Story" about suicide prevention. #BeHereTomorrow

    PU Strengthening Families Program (219) 755-3240