Make some paper flowers to make someone's day (and your own!)
Help your tamariki build empathy and learn the key to being a good friend.
One of the best things we can do for our wellbeing is to be kind or give to others (our time, actions and words).
Sometimes a shared goal is a great way to change the focus and reconnect us. This will do the trick!
When we feel connected to others it makes us, and the people we connect to, feel good. This activity for older tamariki highlights this.
Expressing gratitude helps us feel good, and it's got the science to back it! Give it a go, make it a habit.
An activity that uses popular movies to explore bullying and standing up for others.
Being an upstander has a really big positive effect. Many of our famous (and not so famous) New Zealanders were and are upstanders – they have been standing up for what’s fair and right.
Simple whānau activities that have the added bonus of boosting wellbeing!
Being grateful and kind boosts the way we feel, and tends to make us more likeable human beings. So how can we help our tamariki learn these important skills?