Built with our younger learners social emotional needs in mind
Built with our younger learners’ social and emotional needs in mind, all of our elementary SEL courses are clinically developed using therapeutic frameworks and evidence-based practices. Our 25 modules (and growing) cover current topics and are perfect for remote or in-person learning and are best for grades 1-5.
As with all of our courses, our elementary SEL courses are CASEL approved and evidence-based.
All modules begin with an engaging 3-5 minute video introduction, followed by simple and easy to use lesson plans for ideas in action. We offer age appropriate lesson plans for grades 1-2 and grades 3-5.
Students will learn the importance of and skills for managing anger appropriately.
Students will learn what boundaries are, how having boundaries can feel, and how to communicate their boundaries.
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Bullying and Cyberbullying
Students will learn the roles in bullying/cyberbullying as well as strategies to avoid situations or intervene appropriately.
Students will learn the importance of and skills for coping with emotions in a productive manner.
Students will learn about digital safety. Just like we try to be safe in real life, like looking both ways before crossing the street, we need to be safe online as well!
Students will learn what diversity is, why diversity is important, and how we experience diversity. Students will discuss what makes them diverse and that it’s okay to feel different from others.
Students will learn what emotions are, why they are healthy, and how to begin to identify and accept them. Students will also learn the importance of controlling their emotions to act them out in a healthy manner.
Students will learn about empathy. Empathy means being able to identify with or share another person’s feelings, situation, or attitude.
Students will learn about equity. Equity means that everyone gets what they need to be successful no matter where they are from, what they look like, or who they are.
Students will begin to learn about families and about how families can look different from their own. Students will talk about how their family makes them feel as well as why their family is important to them.
Students will learn the definition of gratitude and why gratitude is important. Students will identify things they are grateful for.
Students will learn what a growth mindset is, why having a growth mindset is important, and how having a growth mindset can feel. Students will have an opportunity to practice their growth mindsets.
Students will begin to learn about healthy communication. Healthy communication is when we listen to others to hear what they have to say. It is when we speak about what’s on our mind in a respectful way.
Students will learn about healthy relationships. They are actively working on formulating their own friendships and are learning new things about themselves and others. Having healthy relationships are important because we want to surround ourselves with people who treat us well.
Students will learn the definition of mindfulness, what mindfulness feels like, and why mindfulness is important. Students will practice a mindfulness technique.
Students will learn the differences between positive and negative peer pressure.
Students will learn the definition of resilience and why resilience is important. Students will talk about how being resilient makes them feel and where resilience comes from.
Your students will begin to understand the different ways people show respect and to think about the ways they may show respect. They will also explore areas where people might see their behavior as disrespectful.
Students will learn the definition of responsibility and why responsibility is important.
Students will learn the importance of and skills for developing and enhancing self-esteem.
Students will learn the importance of and skills to identify and manage their emotions.
Students will learn how to set strategic, measurable, realistic goals with an action plan and time limit.
Students will learn that although teasing can start as something small and might even feel funny or playful to the person doing the teasing, it is hurtful to the person being teased.
Who Am I?
Your students will learn more about who they are. They are at the stage in development in which they can begin to form a sense of self which includes, likes, dislikes, and valuing of personality traits (kindness, fun, caring, etc.)
Students will learn that worries are a normal part of life. They will also learn how to identify when their worries are too much, as well as what they can do to manage their worries.