7 Fun Problem Solving Activities for Kids To Support Their Growth

Life presents an infinite series of choices and being able to make one that feels like the right choice based on the information that you have available is an essential component to a life well-lived. Each day presents a myriad of opportunities; from the seemingly...

Impulse Control Games & Activities for Kids

Impulse control can be something that people struggle with from that early childhood, well into adulthood. Who hasn’t had daydreams about walking out of work in the middle of the day or opting out of a traffic jam with some impromptu off-roading? With age and...

5 Activities For Children With Anxiety

Watching your child struggle in any capacity is difficult as a parent, but managing your child’s anxious thoughts can be particularly challenging, especially if you haven’t experienced anxiety issues personally.  While it’s true that you can tell your...

Affirmations For Kids: How to Empower Your Child

Supporting your child’s emotional growth is more important than ever. The good news is, parents don’t have to be experts to help their kids develop the social-emotional skills they need to thrive. In fact, there are numerous tools readily available and easy to teach....
Muscle Memory Book

Muscle Memory Book

When learning things like how to ride a bike or play the piano, it is important to practice. Practice helps us to build muscle memory in our brains so that we can do things more easily and skillfully. When it comes to regulating our emotions, the learning process is...
My Calming Skills

My Calming Skills

Mightier teaches deep breathing, crossing the midline, progressive muscle relaxation, and mindful tracing, but there are many more skills that kids can use to bring their heart rates down! Kids are creative and know their bodies best. Use the empty Gizmos on the...
Heart Rate Science Lab

Heart Rate Science Lab

Here’s a fun way to learn even more about heart rate while getting out some energy! Put on the HR monitor & open up to Mightier City. You’ll only be looking at the gizmo for now. Discuss each activity. Which will get you to the red the fastest? Rate it with...

Daily Feelings Tracker

Help Kids to Track Their Feelings Throughout the Day   Sometimes it can be hard for kids to identify if their day was a “good day” or a “bad day.” Use this tool to help your child break down and understand how they felt throughout the day....

Weekly Progress Tracker

Helping Kids to Track Their Social Emotional Goals   Kids are constantly striving to get better at skills like keeping a calm body, using a quiet voice, and being a good friend. Use this sheet to help your child better understand their own goals and where they...