Beginning a new school year can be both exhilarating and challenging for students. Help kids start off the new year on the right foot with simple, yet intentional SEL practices.
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While there are no doubt challenges to implementing SEL into your school or program, we are here to help staff, students, and your school community embrace and grow in SEL.
While more school counselors, therapy dogs, and child psychologists are helpful, SEL provides a proactive approach to support student mental health.
No matter what you call it, social emotional learning is key to cultivating every aspect of a student's success—from book smarts to heart smarts.
Call-and-response attention getters are a powerful tool to use with students. Try a few of these to regain focus throughout the day.
From morning check-ins, to group activities, these five simple ideas can help you weave SEL into your day without taking up substantial chunks of time.
Winter break comes with many different emotions for students—excitement, anticipation, and sometimes stress. Explore these ways to help support students during the winter sesaon.
Use this mini-lesson to help students improve their social awareness skills!
Overcome hesitation to SEL initiatives with these simple steps.
Help kids struggling with anxiety, trauma, or stress using social emotional learning-based practices.
Follow students through their day as they recite the Words to Live by and explain how the lines teach them skills to soar in school and life.