Recovery Curriculum -Emotions during lockdown

Recovery curriculum

Emotions during lockdown, good whole school resource for post lockdown and for your recovery curriculum. It is important for children to reflect and think about their time in lock down. Looking at positive and negative emotions. Children might have felt a whole range of emotions and writing about them before perhaps talking about them can really help them process the experience.

They might have felt the following emotions during lock down:

  • Happy because they are with their family
  • Sad because they are missing their friends
  • Angry because they were arguing more with siblings
  • Scared because they might think everyone is getting coronavirus
  • Anxious because of hygiene and handwashing

This would give you a good overview of their emotional experience during lock down.

Download: Emotions during lockdown recovery curriculum resource


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