I hope you’re OK. I spent most of my day in the garden soaking up the sunshine, working on my laptop and reading my new book. It was so quiet but I quite enjoyed the sounds of nature around me. It is slowly becoming ‘My Happy Place’ at the moment.
The teachers and support staff have been sharing emails which have also been making me smile! Especially the photo of Salma with a fake cat on head!
Remember it’s really good to be in contact with family and friends. If you can Face Time your relatives (with permission from your parents/carers) do it, or comment on the Purple Mash blogs, keep sending in your work!
If you only have limited time on your computer/device you could always write letters to your friends, family, teachers and bring them with you when the time comes for us all to return back to school.
Tomorrow I would like you to think about your ‘Happy Place’.
I have a found a lovely ELSA worksheet to help you along. It could be real or somewhere from your imagination. I want you to use this drawing to help you picture your happy place whenever you are feeling a bit sad or lonely so it can put a smile on your face and remind you of happy thoughts!
Big Smiles! Take care Emily!
Here are some things to consider when drawing your happy place:
What is the setting of your happy place?
What would be in your happy place?
Who would be in your happy place?
What colours can you see?
What can you hear?
What can you smell?
What can you feel?
What can you taste?
If you can't print the sheet out just draw it on a plain piece of paper!
I would like to see some of them sent into firstname.lastname@example.org