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Alebrijes and Me

Alebrijes and Me

At this station, you’ll learn about special creatures from Mexican folklore tradition and look to animals in the world to help you identify powerful qualities inside you that can be developed to help you with climate action.
What are your special inner strengths? What do you have in common with powerful creatures? Try this art activity and share your powers to help with climate action.

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Build your Community

Build your Community

In this activity, kids will have a chance to see different kinds of communities and talk about the components that make them. Thinking about how these components make them feel. They will create their own ideal community on paper.

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Circles of Belonging

Circles of Belonging

Having a sense of belonging doesn’t have to be abstract — we can count the number of groups we belong to, and we can name the people with whom we feel loved.

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Circles of Compassion

Circles of Compassion

Compassion gives us the ability to understand someone else’s situation and the desire to take action to improve their lives. Since, every person on Earth is dependent on others for help and support, practicing compassion means that we recognize and honor this interdependency, and it also means that we can always take action to support actions that improve not only our lives and beyond our home, but into the community and the whole wide world.

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Climate Feeling Map

Climate Feeling Map

What are some of the feelings people have about the environment and climate change? This map opens up a conversation about climate emotions.

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Climate Feelings Frame

Climate Feelings Frame

At this station, you’ll explore your feelings around climate change by creating a picture frame that represents your emotions about climate change.

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Climate Feelings Poster

Climate Feelings Poster

It can feel overwhelming to think about Climate Change. There are lots of troubling things happening like storms, floods, fires, droughts, and heatwaves. How do you feel about it? What action step would you take? In this activity, children create a climate change poster and put their feelings into action to contribute to positive change.

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Color Your Heart

Color Your Heart

At this station, you’ll identify emotions you are feeling and color a heart to represent what is going on inside.

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Consumption Action Steps

Consumption Action Steps

In this activity, children think about some current consumption habits and come up with “Action Steps” to help shrink their waste footprint.

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Dear FutureMe

Dear FutureMe

In this activity, you will learn about the sustainable development goals and think about what actions you can take to help support them.

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EmoMatch

EmoMatch

Challenge your friends to a matching game of emotion cards, expand your emotion vocabulary and have fun!

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EmoMonster

EmoMonster

Create your own “monster card” to explore feelings — grow emotion vocabulary to increase insight into self and others.

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Emotion Garden

Emotion Garden

We don’t always appreciate the special people in our lives. Let’s think about one special person and pay attention to the feelings they share with us. We can show them gratitude and tell them how much care.

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Emotion Goals

Emotion Goals

At Six Seconds, we say, “emotions drive people, and people drive performance.” Here’s a quick activity to consider if and how that works.

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Emotional Iceberg

Emotional Iceberg

Think of an iceberg; what is visible above the ocean surface is only a small part of the whole. Create an Emotion Iceberg to explore the visible and hidden parts of your thoughts/feelings/actions.

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Emotionometer

Emotionometer

Create a “speedometer of emotion” to explore the intensity of feelings — grow emotion vocabulary to increase insight to self and others.

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Emotions Cup

Emotions Cup

In this activity, you will draw four different emotions on your “Emotion Cup” use it to share how you are feeling. Students can use this cup to communicate their feelings with others.

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