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If your child is participating in a virtual or hybrid learning environment due to the pandemic, it can be difficult to gauge their progress and mood — especially if it is their first time learning outside of the classroom.  

As the first semester of this challenging school year comes to a close, it’s more important than ever to track your child’s state of mind and social-emotional learning (SEL) development going into the new year. 

Because SEL is a fundamental aspect to your child’s success, having a clear idea of social-emotional growth will help you contextualize their well-being and obtain a clear visual of their mental health during these unusual times. 

At Sphero, we created this free mood-tracking worksheet so you can closely follow your child’s virtual learning experience and social-emotional evolution — allowing you to provide concrete support while your child gains a better understanding of their own feelings. 

What is a mood tracker?

A mood tracker is a psychological technique that allows your child to record their mood and feelings at different time intervals. This mood journaling process provides positive reinforcement and promotes mental health during times of adversity, such as getting used to a new virtual learning environment. 

Use Sphero’s SEL-Focused Mood Tracker

With our SEL-focused mood tracker handy, you will be better equipped to give your child the support they need while learning online. Angry, energetic, annoyed, and more, this worksheet will allow your child to document their feelings each day of the month.

The Sphero SEL Mood Tracker.

Click the link below to download the print-friendly worksheet. 

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Enhance Your Child’s Virtual Learning Experience 

Understanding change can be difficult for children, especially when it comes to the ever-evolving landscape of education due to COVID-19. Fortunately, using this mood-tracking worksheet, you can better support your child’s social-emotional development while they adapt to their virtual learning environment and new societal norms. 

For more tips, tricks, and activities that will help you support your child during the pandemic, check out Sphero’s COVID-19 educational resources today!
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