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A few thoughts for you at this topsy turvy time

As teachers, we all want to be able to bring out our ‘A Game’, but the next few weeks may be challenging. Here are some two things that can really help:

  1. Discover your Strengths, or simply look through the strengths and think about which ones may help you through this time. Choose a new one each day if you like, or stick with a goodie – it’s all good!
  2. Spend some time reflecting on how you want to feel now you’re back at school. This is a great place to start your planning! And perhaps share this with the people who support your work.

Great activities for these first few weeks

Head straight to our Physical Distance-y activities and pick what feels right for you and your tamariki right now.

Reflect on bubble life

Our fave friendly creature, Avon, had a fun chat with kids throughout Aotearoa about their bubble time! His questions are a perfect ‘starter’ for some creative reflection with your class.

  • What’s a bubble?
  • Who was in your bubble?
  • If you could have added any animal in the world to your bubble, which animal would you choose?
  • Who has had the best ideas to have fun in your bubble?
  • Did you have enough toilet paper?
  • Who’s been grumpy in your bubble?
  • What or who did you miss the most while in your bubble?

Certificates for whānau

Feel free to print and use these colourful certificates, as a cool way to commend whānau on their home-learning efforts!

Certificate: Kids to whanau pic

Looking after you

Check out our top tips for surviving, thriving and bringing your A-game!

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