Social-Emotional Learning At Home Resources
Social-Emotional Learning At-Home Resources
Changing Perspectives is excited to offer the following complimentary resources to support social-emotional learning at home during these challenging times. We periodically add resources to this list so check back for updates.
The following library of resources have been developed to support at home SEL skills. From all of us at Changing Perspectives we hope these resources help you and your children.
For more information on Changing Perspectives and the work we are doing around social-emotional learning please contact us.
Click on the links below to download these valuable resources from Changing Perspectives.
Tips for Families: Nurturing Social-Emotional Learning at Home
A one page guide on how best parents and caregivers can support the development of SEL skills at home.
Mealtime Conversation Starters
Mealtimes are a great opportunity to check in and support social emotional development, here are a list of conversation starters you can use.
Social-Emotional Learning Coloring Pages
Five coloring pages for students to reinforce their learning around the five main competencies for SEL.
Social-Emotional Learning at Home Activities for PreK Students
This age group requires particular consideration when it comes to distance learning because they need more hands on support from parents and caregivers. These activities are intended to provide some guidance for how to integrate SEL learning at home in ways that make sense for your family.
Grade K-8 at Home Social Emotional Activities
A list of simple activities that can be done at home to support social emotional learning.
Grades K-2: Videos to Support Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)
A list of videos with discussion questions to engage K-2 students in social emotional learning.
Grades 3-5: Videos to Support Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)
A list of videos with discussion questions to engage 3-5 students in social emotional learning.
Grades 6-8: Videos to Support Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)
A list of videos with discussion questions to engage 6-8 students in social emotional learning.
High School Social Emotional Distance Learning Activities
A series of activities and suggestions for ways high school students can develop their social emotional skills during this time of distance learning.
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