Mental Health Delta Division

Interactive Games

“Barometer” (Mind Your Mind) (link)

Content:
1. Identifying anger triggers
2. Creating plan to cope with anger
Note: Completed worksheet can be printed

Target Population:
Teens and older youth

“Anatomy of a Panic Attack”(Mind Your Mind) (link)

Content:
1. Describes symptoms of panic attack
2. Provides tips on how to get through it

Target Population:
Teens and older youth

“Bullying” (E-Learning for Kids) (link)

Content:
1. What is bullying
2. How bullying makes you feel
3. Tips for dealing with bullies
4. Understanding bullies
5. Are you a bully?

Target Population:
Children ages 8-12

“What to Do
About Feeling Down” (E-Learning for Kids)
 (link)

Content:
1. What is depression
2. What to do when feeling down

Target Population:
Children ages 8-12

“Alice, All Jacked Up” (Mind Your Mind) (link)

Content:
1. Skills to help get out of a tough emotional situation
2. Creating a crisis plan
3. Discussion of how depression comes about

Target Population:
Teens and older youth

“Emotions and You” (E-Learning for Kids) (link)

Content:
1. Dealing with emotions
2. Positive emotions
3. Negative emotions
4. Dealing with your emotions
5. Dreams and nightmares

Target Population:
Children ages 8-12

“Family Fare” (E-Learning for Kids) (link)

Content:
1. Roles, rights, responsibilities and relationships
2. Feelings and family changes
3. The family
4. Family types

Target Population:
Children ages 8-12

“Tree of Life” (Mind Your Mind) (link)

Content:
1. Identifying your strengths, supports and coping strategies
2. Setting personal goals
Notes: Module is available in English, French and Inuktitut Completed worksheet can be printed

Target Population:
Children, teens and older youth

“Quote Bloom” (Mind Your Mind) (link)

Content:
1. Each blossom on the branch reveals an inspiring quotation

Target Population:
Children and youth

“Relationships” (E-Learning for Kids) (link)

Content:
1. Types of relationships
2. Behaviours in relationships
3. Positive relationships
4. Negative relationships

Target Population:
Children ages 8-12

“You and Others” (E-Learning for Kids) (link)

Content:
1. Friendship groups
2. Good friends
3. Circle of relationships
4. Stereotypes, discrimination and harassment

Target Population:
Children ages 8-12

“School Stuff” (E-Learning for Kids) (link)

Content:
1. Coping with a new school
2. Repeating a year
3. Bullying
4. Teachers & you

Target Population:
Children ages 8-12

“Communication” (E-Learning for Kids) (link)

Content:
1. Types of communication
2. Shyness & assertiveness
3. Public speaking
4. Conflict

Target Population:
Children ages 8-12

“Personal Identity” (E-Learning for Kids) (link)

Content:
1. Self-esteem: how you feel
2. Body image
3. Feeling good about yourself
4. Positive & negative self-esteem
5. Influences on self-esteem

Target Population:
Children ages 8-12

“Thinkuknow” series (Child Exploitation and Online Protection
Centre)
 (link)

Content:
1. Teaches kids how to safely manage personal online spaces, e-mail and Internet searches
2. Module looks at issues of privacy and disclosure of personal information on the Internet

Target Population:
Modules are categorized by age groups:
5-7, 8-10, 11-13, and 14+

“Squish ‘Em” (MindYourMind) (link)

Content:
1. Game to try to squish the annoying stress trogs
2. If the trogs reach the “meltdown” zone, then the game proceeds to a screen that provides a quick and easy stress-releasing tip

Target Population:
Teens and older youth

“Stress” (E-Learning for Kids) (link)

Content:
1. What is stress?
2. Things that can be stressful
3. Effects of stress
4. Tips for beating stress

Target Population:
Older children and youth

“Stress Me Less” (Mind Your Mind) (link)

Content:
1. Game to identify and destroy the cause(s) of stress
2. After finishing the game, a coping tip is provided and a link to more information about stress is attached

Target Population:
Children and youth

“Monstressity” (Mind Your Mind) (link)

Content:
1. Game to identify stressors and personal strengths
2. Tips on ways to cope in different situations where anxiety might be experienced

Target Population:
Older children and youth

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