Weaving Well-Being is a research-based mental health program that aims to enhance well-being in children aged 7–12. Each book in this series introduces students to age-appropriate concepts and skills drawn from the field of Positive Psychology, the science of well-being.
Resilience is one of the key elements in maintaining positive mental health and well-being. The ten lessons in the Tools of Resilience program are designed to equip Year 4 students with six practical strategies to help them deal with the challenges of daily life and bounce back from disappointments and setbacks when they arise.
Each lesson consists of a downloadable PowerPoint introduction, along with suggested development ideas and activities for students to complete. The accompanying Student Book allows children to reflect on their learning as they gradually build a highly personal portfolio of work.
Weekly homework activities give students the opportunity to explore how their well-being can be integrated into their daily lives. The included pull-out guide provides parents with all the information they need to actively support their child throughout the program.