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Mental Health Awareness Month Bundle #2

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This Mental Health Awareness Month Bundle #2 for elementary students is great to have in your emergency toolkit for substitutes or for supplemental material in your classroom.

Check the preview thumbnails for each individual product to see if these guides are suitable for your students.

 

 

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Here are more details about the Mental Health Awareness Month Bundle #2 for elementary and each movie that is included:

  • Inside Out (PG – 2015): This animated film explores the emotions of a young girl named Riley as she adjusts to a new city and school. It teaches children about the importance of acknowledging and understanding their feelings, contributing to discussions on emotional wellness and mental health.
  • Wonder (PG – 2017): The story follows Auggie Pullman, a boy with facial differences, as he attends school for the first time. It addresses themes of acceptance, empathy, and resilience, helping children understand the emotional impact of feeling different and the value of kindness.
  • Frozen (PG – 2013): In this animated tale, Princess Elsa deals with her magical ability to create ice and snow, which leads her to isolate herself. The film highlights themes of self-acceptance, fear, and the healing power of love and sisterhood, relevant to discussions about anxiety and isolation.
  • My Neighbor Totoro (G – 1988): This film follows two sisters who move to the countryside and encounter magical creatures. It gently addresses coping with stress and anxiety during their mother’s illness, offering insights into managing emotional health through imaginative play and connection with nature.
  • Zootopia (PG – 2016): Set in a city inhabited by anthropomorphic animals, this animated film follows a rookie bunny cop and a cynical con artist fox as they uncover a conspiracy. It promotes discussions on overcoming stereotypes and biases, fostering an understanding of diversity and inclusion which are essential for mental well-being.
  • The Little Prince (PG – 2015): Based on the beloved book, this animated adaptation tells the story of a young girl befriending an eccentric old aviator who shares tales of the Little Prince. It explores themes of friendship, loss, and the importance of looking beyond the surface, encouraging emotional depth and the significance of meaningful relationships.

Google Classroom | Google Slide | Tips:

    • Click on the link included in the PDF titled “Google Slides Version” and save a copy of the file to your Google Drive/Classroom
    • Create an assignment for your students
    • If you are using this resource for multiple classes and want to separate responses by class, create multiple copies of the Google Slides version with file names such as [Title]ClassPeriod[2] and then create assignments

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Get a feel for these movie guides and see if this resource is right for you. I ask questions that require students to ‘live’ on the higher levels of Bloom’s taxonomy.

K12 Movie Guides are on these other platforms as well:

This Mental Health Awareness Month Bundle #2 resource is also available on TeachersPayTeachers

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