Updated: Jan 30, 2021
#Covid19 has impacted all of us in ways that we never imagined. Each and every profession feels as if it is forever changed. #Education is no exception! As a #teacher, I never thought that we would be where we are today, but thank goodness for resiliency. I have been incredibly blessed with a super supportive teaching partner this year. Nonetheless, needless to say when issues involving supportive colleagues or the lack thereof occur, it naturally impacts one's wellness and their passion for their work. This can be said about any field. Relationships matter! Either way, what does not kill you makes you stronger, literally :) It is all about counting your blessings. Unfortunately, not everyone is feeling as supported for a variety of reasons. My heart aches for those with precarious employment situations and uncertainty due to the realities of the #economy and the #virus. This is also a part of my recognizing and acknowledging my privilege. Sadly, #burnout is alive and well right now in many sectors. I hope to send kind vibes to all that are struggling right now! As a result of this, I have also noticed that more than ever, our teaching needs to be more on point than ever. As a result of this, I have been posting my lessons for the families we teach and as a result, I am sharing my lesson plans for free to help support colleagues that may need help. Given the fact that I am a #kindergarten #teacher, the lessons are suited for kindergarten and #primary #students and #grades. Some of the content that I have worked on includes Diwali without a religious focus, surveys, the five senses, representing numbers in different ways and a variety of resources such as documentation for the Kindergarten Continuum of Learning and more! What content would you like to see free lessons for? Feel free to let me know! I will try my best to help build a database of supportive tools since we are stretched emotionally and financially among other areas of stress.
If you like my resources and would like to say thank you. Take care of yourselves, mental health matters! You matter, and always use your voice to speak up against injustices!