Description: Thorns and Roses is a check in exercise wherein each person reports on a difficult experience that day thorn and then a positive experience that day rose.
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The facilitator often starts to guide youth in being authentic and brief and to demonstrate sharing an emotion. Try it on: Novice vs Experienced: Novice staff tend to over share and forget to share an emotion.
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Novice staff pull attention and sympathy towards themselves instead of empowering the youth sharing. Novice staff forget to help youth be concise and keep the circle of sharing moving. Experienced staff are always monitoring the group and helping youth with humor and affection remember to be brief and include emotion.
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Share your own rose, bud, and thorn, and then go around the room asking students to share their rose, bud, or thorn or reflect on the activity itself. A possible extension for this activity is to brainstorm strategies for turning thorns into roses or to describe ways thorns might support learning and growing. Lead your students through this Rose, Thorn, Bud activity and ask them how they liked it.
What success, challenges, and opportunities did your students share? Share with fellow teachers in your school or on social media with mindfulschools. Skip to content The end of the school year gives plenty of opportunities to help students reflect.