|Grades 1-6| Each year, large numbers of children experience the death of a relative or friend. Whether the death is expected or unexpected, the finality is traumatic. Not every child will react to death in the same way, but every child will react to death in some way. Some children may openly express sorrow. Others keep it to themselves. Some children may become so preoccupied with the tragedy that schoolwork suffers. Others continue to work as usual, not seeming to let the death affect them. Whatever their outward response to death might be, children need to work through their grief just as adults do.
The Memory Book is a tool to help children express their feelings about the death, address unanswered questions, and preserve memories of the person they have lost. The book can be used in individual counseling or in small-group counseling. The Memory Book encompasses many different topics. Not every topic is appropriate for every student. For example, there is a section on funerals which, depending upon whether funerals are a part of the student’s life style, may or may not apply to each individual. Therefore, you should select only those pages of the Memory Book which will be most beneficial to the student(s) with whom you are working.
eBooks and eLessons are non-returnable.
|Format||Digital Download - 12.61 MB, PDF file
|For use with||Individuals, Small Groups
|Page Count||36 pages, 8.5 x 11
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