Your Source for Social-Emotional Learning Activities
Breathe, Think, Do is an app that allows younger kids to use the “Breathe, Think, Do” strategy to calm down, identify their feelings, and work to solve their problem
Calm has a page of free meditations, music, talks and more to help us relax and stay focused
Calm Classroom Ebook This e-book is filled with tools which are designed to help you practice breathing, stretching, focusing and relaxation skills for increased well-being and resilience. It includes audios as well!
Choose Love daily Choose Love lesson, interactive discussion prompts, a downloadable activities, and a suggested project for the day that children will be invited to share and discuss during the next online class
Confident Parents, Confident Kids is a a site for parents actively supporting kids' social and emotional development
Cosmic Kids Yoga is yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed specially for kids
Go Noodle contains movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts
Focus On the Go! allows kids to play games that help kids understand feeling words, problem solving, and telling their story
Headspace is offering a free collection called Weathering the Storm to anyone
JusTme Mindfulness is fusing yoga, mindfulness, and neuroscience education to optimize physical and mental health
Lion's Quest At Home SEL Activities is a website filled with easy to use lessons, videos, activities all related to reducing stress, learning to manage emotions, and build resiliency.
Mindful Schools for the next few weeks, Mindful Schools will be offering free mindfulness classes for kids! Join us online – for mindful activities, mindful movement, read-alouds – and let’s have fun exploring mindfulness together.
Parent Toolkit is a one-stop resource developed with parents in mind. It’s produced by NBC News Learn and supported by Pearson and includes information about almost every aspect of your child’s development, because they're all connected.
SEL Activities for Parents and Educators a list of social emotional learning activities with corresponding age group.
SEL Games for Kids a handful of social-emotional learning activities that can help your child manage emotions and work on social skills—and have some fun with you along the way. These social-emotional learning games are very low-tech. And all are designed to fit easily into daily routines.
Skill Champ uses your child's interests to teach new skills. Quickly customize any of the 10 lessons with your child's favorite theme - so you can use sailboats to teach numbers or train signs to teach colors! Skill Champ covers a range of early academic skills: Picture Matching, Letters, Numbers, Colors, Put In, 1:1 Put On, Big & Little, Happy & Sad, A/B Patterns, and Shape Puzzles.
Smiling Mind has 100s of free programs for children and adults available on their app
Stop, Breathe, Think allows you to check in with how you are feeling and choose a mission to help create your very own force field of calm
Super Stretch Yoga is a free app where twelve poses come alive with video, animation, music and real kids learning right along with you
Touch and Learn Emotion is a free app that helps kids identify and name emotions, facial expressions, and body language
30 Emotional Health Activities is a great resource for parents and students to practice social emotional skills when school is not in session.
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