Action Anxiety Day Educator Toolkit
Celebrate Action Anxiety Day in the Classroom
Bring ACTION ANXIETY DAY into your classroom the week of June 5-10. Let’s create awareness about anxiety and educate kids with tools that work! Our educational toolkit is ideal for educating Grades K-7. Please note that current toolkit is offered in English, and a French toolkit will be available in April.
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During the week of June 10th:
- Save time to talk to your class about anxiety
- Use the toolkit to facilitate class discussion and activity
- Encourage students to wear blue and orange to show support
- Send us stories or photos from the day
Action Anxiety Day (AAD) is dedicated to anxiety awareness and education, as well as reducing the stigma around anxiety disorders.
As educators, you have a unique opportunity to create a safe and supportive space for students, especially when it comes to their mental health.
Anxiety is common for many children, and we can empower them with knowledge and the tools they need to cope.
We understand that as educators, your schedules are jam-packed, so we’ve created an easy-to-use toolkit to educate elementary students. Our goal is to make learning about anxiety as easy and accessible as possible!
Together, we can create a positive and supportive learning environment that benefits young students. Our Action Anxiety Day toolkit includes:
Action Anxiety Day Sponsors
Our sponsors help make Action Anxiety Day a success. We would like to shine a light on our amazing supporters: Thank you to our generous Mental Health Champion, Beneva, and our Mindful Partners, Telus Wise and Sparkjoy Studios.