SEL and RP
Classroom activities that encourage students' social and emotional learning and promote restorative practices
A poem, a free-writing exercise, and class sharing can provide support for middle and high school students during this difficult period.
A yoga activity and a story about change and loss can provide support for students in grades 3-5 during this difficult period.
Sharing feelings and discussing a story about change and loss can provide support for preK-2 students during this difficult period.
This activity uses a poem and a feelings word-creation activity to engage students in identifying and sharing their feelings.
In these stressful times, this activity encourages students in grades 3-5 to see that we all feel a range of emotions, and that it's okay to feel them and to express them.
In these stressful times, this activity encourages our youngest students to see that we all feel a range of emotions, and that it's okay to feel them and to express them.
Students explore ways to creatively connect, show each other support, and display kindness amid this pandemic.
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Both teachers and parents may find these basic social and emotional learning (SEL) practices, from deep breathing to self-talk, helpful during this stressful time.
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