Day 24 – Mood mapping

Create a map with a few emotions, feelings or moods as locations. Maybe use the ones that come up often in your journal. Have both positive and negative emotions. Use colours that you might associate with the feelings. Or draw what that feeling would look like if it was...

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Day 23 – Build a story

Make a story one line at a time with at least one other person. This can be done in person, over the phone, through video chat or text message. Pick someone to go first and then take turns building upon each other. Sometimes the hardest part of this challenge...

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Day 22 – Mindful colouring

Recently, colouring books have become popular for adults as well as children. But people have been colouring for clarity and meditation since ancient times. When you colour, you create a space where you are concentrating on keeping the colour in the lines and how the colours interact with each other...

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Day 19 – Safari

This week’s adventure will have you looking for the things that fly, crawl and scurry around us. You can go on safari in your home or outside. Either way, you will have to be quiet and alert, with your super-senses switched on, so you can discover tiny wild beasts that...

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Day 18 – 3 questions

Answer the following three questions in your journal: What is something you like about each person you live with? What is something that you like or are proud of about you? What is something that made you and at least another person in your household laugh together?

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Day 17 – Face the feeling

You can do this on your own or with others. Write or draw some feelings or moods on pieces of paper, or print the feelings squares at the end of this workbook and cut them out. Then fold them and put them in a bowl. If you are with others: Pick out...

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Day 16- Quiz night

See how well you know your family or friends with this question game. You can play with people in person, over the phone, video call or text message. Each person will ask the group 5-10 questions. You want the question to be about you. For example, what’s my favourite colour?...

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Day 15 – Rock friend

  When you are outside, look for some rocks or stones with a smooth side. When you get the rock(s) home, wash them, and when the rocks are dry, you can begin the activity. Use paints or felt tip pens to create some rock friends. You can also use stickers...

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