Fox Road Elementary School

9 - 11 years old

4th & 5th Grade

Anger Management

We all have times we we disagree with others and they disagree with us, but we can solve that problem and get to a solution with four simple steps. This isn't always easy, but remember these four steps and you are on your way.

A short fun video teaching kids and adults how to manage their anger in 5 simple steps. Super easy to do with instant results! Try it the next time you lose your temper.

This video teaches elementary-aged children what stress is, how stress is natural and normal, and how it can be helpful. Two coping strategies are also taught by two children. This video is useful for educators, therapists, health providers and other caregivers who interact with children.

In this powerful short film, watch and hear from elementary school students learning to use mindfulness to navigate complex feelings.


Kids talk about stress, anxiety and depression and how parents can help. There are statistics in this video that are from 2016.

This video teaches kids how anxiety is a normal biological response – called “Fight, Flight, Freeze” – that can get triggered inappropriately in the modern world.

Life is stressful for both parents and their children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. We have asked our little wellness guru, Tatum, at Little Steps Asia to share her top 5 tips for easing kids anxiety during this time. All tools and tips can be used by kids of all ages!

We may not be able to control the weather, the time, or what anyone things, but we can control five very simple things: Our Attitude, words, actions, manners, and effort.


Professor Puppet explains to kids what depression is through a quick video.

This video explains some of the things you can try when you feel overwhelmed by your thoughts. After the video, take a few moments to observe your thoughts with curiosity, paying attention to how each one makes you feel. Paying attention to your thoughts and sorting through them takes practice and patience.

Adapted from the book "Meh" by Scottish author Deborah Malcolm. This book does not have words but is a visual representation of depression.

This video is created for kids to help cope with stress and anxiety. It is a grounding technique that uses five senses.

Relationship Skills

TED gave 10,000 students around the world a stage to share their ideas. One issue just kept coming up: stress. Hear what our Club Members have to say about how they're dealing with it.

Join #ScoobyDoo, #Shaggy, and the rest of the gang from #SCOOB! as they share some valuable (and funny) lessons about how to be a good friend.

Kids talk about what it means to be a friend and gives examples of how to be a good friend.

This movie clip refers to the Effective Listening! Effective listening skills are the basics of building successful relationships with people. How we engage others in verbal and non-verbal communication, what do we hear behind words, how we understand and empathize the emotions of others, ask questions and clarify the messages — all these contribute to our emotional intelligence and effective social skills, influencing our lives both on a personal and professional level.

Responsible Decision Making

Making decision can be hard but knowing how to make a difficult decision is an important skill!

Help the kids in your life learn about Consequences - what they mean and why we have them.

What are goals and how do we make them?

Read aloud of A Little Spot of Responsibility by Diane Alber

Self Esteem

How do you feel about yourself and what are 5 things you can do to feel awesome about being you? In this episode of RocketKids, Vivian explains Self-Esteem and how we can gain more of it.

There are many reasons to help your child build up their self-esteem. This is a video of other kids talking about their ideas of what self esteem is and how to increase self esteem.

Confidence is a concept that you might struggle with—so how can you improve it? This Miniclip follows Pablo as he navigates his confidence and self-esteem in a range of contexts. By following five simple tips, you’ll see how setting goals, celebrating differences, persevering, and being constructive (instead of destructive!) will help you train your brain to be more confident!

Maya and Carleton share the importance of positive self-talk!

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