Think about what helps people to stay calm. Plan how you will keep calm and be kind to yourself and others.
- Learn to identify some feelings experienced in a first aid situation
- Learn to identify and explain kind actions and things that help people cope
- Practise and share learning by creating a plan to help learners stay calm and kind
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Watch Ekam help Jonjo with a broken bone in this film.
Now look at the feelings thermometer.
Imagine positive and happy feelings at the bottom. When were Ekam and Jonjo feeling like this in the film?next
Now imagine worried or upset feelings at the top of the thermometer. When were Ekam and Jonjo feeling like this in the film?next
Draw the thermometer on a piece of paper. At the bottom, colour it in with a colour you think is happy and positive. At the topnext
What could people do to stay calm if someone needed their help?
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This activity helps children to learn how to keep calm when someone needs help and to think through the emotions they might experience to help them feel prepared.
Keeping calm – learn activity
Keeping calm – feelings thermometer worksheet
Keeping calm - learn PowerPoint
Use this activity to support children to create a calm and kindness plan.
Creating a calm and kindness plan – practise activity
Creating a calm and kindness plan – practise PowerPoint
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