Sentence Completion - These are a series of thoughts that will help students bring to words what they are feeling during a period of grief
Someone I Love - Use the worksheet to share things about the person that you lost.
The Stages - Describe what your experience has been with each stage of grief.
What I Need - When you are grieving, you may need special support from the
people in your life. It is okay to ask for help. What do you need the most right now?
My Memory Box - A memory box is a place to keep special memories of the person
that you lost. Collecting these memories can help you to cope with your loss.
Your memory box can hold object that remind you of that person,
letters you write to them, or notes you make about things that you
remember about them. What would you put in your memory box?
Picture It - Draw a picture of your favorite memory of the person you lost.
Losing Someone - When someone you love dies, many changes take place in
your life. What are some things that have changed in your life?
Goodbye Letter - A prompted to sharing what you would have said, if you could have.
Bear Thoughts - This is a great conversation starter for your classes in a down mood time.
In Memory - This is a slightly different approach.
How Do You Grieve? - Everybody grieves in different ways. You may also grieve in more
than one way. Below are some things that people commonly do to
grieve after someone that they love has died. Circle the things that
you have done or feel like you would like to do as a way to express
your sadness and pain.
The Ladder - List the thoughts and behaviors that you are experiencing as you move through
the five stages of grief.
My Plan - Identify ways that you can cope with your grief and loss.