A great grief activity for siblings of critically ill or dying patients. By writing favorite memories of their sibling, they are able to focus on the positive and be thankful for the time they had with their sibling.

Grief activity for kids Creating a memory lantern they can light in honor of their loved one. This can be individualized and the child can decorate the lantern in things/colors that remind them of their loved one who died.

http://3-week-diet.digimkts.com/ Are you happy? Memory Bracelets for grieving - but you can also use the same idea as a Coping/soothing bracelet when times get though e.g. recovery, anxiety, stress, panic, ED, SI, etc

Memory Bracelets for grieving - can also use the same idea as a coping/soothing bracelet when times get tough e. recovery, anxiety, stress, panic, etc.

Goodbye Letter Preview #notebook

This grief activity involves writing a letter to your deceased loved one using this free letter template. This exercise can be incredibly therapeutic.

Grief Expression Play Dough Activity (Personifying “Death”) • Goals: Increase self-expression, processing and exposure • This activity is appropriate for clients who internalize their emotions and...

Grief Expression Play Dough Activity (Personifying “Death”) Goals: Increase self-expression, processing and exposure. This activity is appropriate for clients who internalize their emotions.

Healing heart activity for grief group -this is beautiful!  What a great way to show kids how they are connected when someone close to them has died.

Healing Heart activity for grief/loss related groups: make a big heart, cut it apart, have students draw/write on it, and then put it together like a puzzle with band-aids

Great holiday grief activity for kids, teens and adults!

A Comforting Grief Activity for Teens! This would be a nice activity for siblings who have lost a loved one. The colored ribbons stand for different emotions and memories shine :)

"Art" activity (no skill required!)  to see the range of emotions that come with #grief and how they evolve over time.  Great for kids and adults.

The Evolving Emotions of Grief -- Art Activity. -- Activity that can help see the range of emotions that come with grief and how they evolve over time. Great for kids and adults.

4 activities to help children (and adults) deal with their grief

Start the year with an empty jar. Throughout the year, fill it with notes about good things that have happened. On new years eve, empty and see the wonderful things that have happened!

Not only helpful for grieving, and certainly not only applicable to students. Very helpful!

What not to say to grieving students (and other tools to help bereaved kids at school)

What not to say to grieving students (and other tools to help bereaved kids at school) What to say to those who have experienced death of a loved one.

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