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Games to teach social emotional learning skills, including social problem solving, communication, empathy, and more. Games are a fun and interactive way to teach kids and young adults SEL skills! Perfect for small groups, morning meeting, or break time. #socialskills #socialemotionallearning #pathway2success

Games can be the perfect tool to introduce and teach social emotional learning skills to kids and young adults. These are the skills that help kids become more self-aware, develop positive relationships, show empathy towards others, manage emotions, use self-control, resolve conflicts, and make posi

10 unique student check-in activities to find out what students are feeling and thinking about school. Pick one or two that work for you whether you want to do feelings check-ins, goal check-ins, or some other sort of daily check-in. Works great in elementary, middle, or high school.

Ready to go student check-in activities to find out what your students are thinking and feeling. Find the ones that work for you!

The best time to do good crisis work is when you (or your client, child, partner, friend, etc) aren't currently in crisis. Take some time out during the good times to intentionally plan, identify support networks, brainstorm self-care, and build skills so that when crisis comes, you don't have to figure it out from scratch.

A crisis plan (sometimes called a safety plan) can sound intimidating, but it's a resource at its core. It is a list of what to do, safe places to go, ways to

Brain Waves Instruction: Social Emotional Learning Activities for Upper Elementary and Middle School Students

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) has been found to promote academic success and increase students' commitment to school. Generally, there are five key components that make up social emotional learning. These competencies include self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and decision making. Today, I'd like to focus on ways to help students develop self-awareness. Self-awareness includes one's ability to recognize emotions, have an accurate self-perception…

Social Emotional Education - Sweet 'N' Sauer Firsties

Social emotional learning is a topic that is very near and dear to my heart. I had a reminder this week of why the explicit teaching of these skills is so important for our kiddos, especially in these crucial younger years. During the quarantine, my son switched to an older preschool room and we were […]

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Are you ready to stop searching for lessons to support students who need support immediately? These Social Emotional Learning Brochures are available in every grade level and are filled with easy to go information to support everyone. Even older students love to color them and will be asking for more.
Boom cards for responsible problem solving for middle and high school students to work on identifying the problem, generating solutions and then evaluating outcomes.  Two tiers of activities!  #boomcards #problemsolving #decisionmaking #noprint #slpsgodigital #teletherapy #speechtherapy #counseling #distancelearning