"I had the most enlightening conversations about trust - how it's built or broken, who client's trust or don't trust and why. I'll continue to use this activity when I meet with youth."
- Sound Therapist, about using the Safety Net activity in Ink About It
Creative Expression in One Minute
Leading AwH activities with kids is simple and effective! Our basics contains all the ins and outs like tips for helping kids use creative expression, talking about their art, and using art as a meaningful outlet for emotions.
Try creative expression right now! All you need is a sheet of paper and a marker.
Activities for Home
Understanding the impacts of COVID is a stressful and confusing time for our community. Here are activities to support healthy conversations about the emotional effects of the virus. We also collaborated with Childhaven on a caregiver’s activity guide and community resource sheet to help families.
How do you feel?
Sometimes it’s hard to know what we’re feeling until we stop and think about it. This is a game to help us connect how we feel, with how we express ourselves.
Guides to help Caregivers talk with kids about grief and create a supportive environment of healing. Includes activities to explore grief through creative outlets that encourage sharing and expression. Generously funded by Safe Crossings Foundation.
Helping Kids After A Death
Considerations and art activities that can help you talk with kids about death, create a supportive environment of healing, and help a kid explore their grief.
Activities from our curricula that each compliment a page from one of our therapeutic activity books. Along with art-making, each video walks through supportive emotional goals, how to lead the activity, and prompt discussion questions to use in practice.
Paper Chain of Support
Encourage kids to identify their support systems and build relationship skills with this fun activity from our Draw It Out workbook.