- The mind + heart Social Emotional Learning Curriculum includes 8 units with 5+ detailed, character education LESSONS filled with TONS of hands-on and mindful activities that encourage children to express themselves and build important social emotional and social responsibility skills. Teach children$79.00$120.00Save $41.00
This relationships SEL curriculum is teacher-approved and includes 5 detailed lessons filled with hands-on and mindful activities that teach children how to communicate, listen and speak effectively, how to be a good friend and how to make friends, about sharing and taking turns, and cooperation & teamwork.
The lessons and activities work great for morning classroom meetings or daily lessons, school counselors and classroom teachers, and children in K-2.
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Through a variety of thought-provoking lessons, discussions, community building ideas, and tons of engaging activities…
*Children will learn how to communicate and listen and speak effectively.
*Children will learn what sharing and taking turns is.
*Children will learn what a friend is and demonstrate how to be a good friend.
*Children will learn how to make friends and make new friends.
*Children will learn how to cooperate and demonstrate teamwork.
What does this unit cover?
Coomunication - Listening & Speaking. Lesson 1 teaches children how to communicate and listen and speak effectively. Practice and build conversation skills.
Sharing & taking Turns. Lesson 2 teaches children to understand what sharing and taking turns is and demonstrate the ability and willingness to do both effectively.
How to be a Good Friend. Lesson 3 teaches children to describe what a friend is and demonstrate how to be a good friend through words and actions.
Making Friends & Including Others. Lesson 4 teaches children to understand how to make friends and demonstrate the willingness to try to make new friends and include others.
Cooperation & Teamwork. Lesson 5 teaches children to understand and show cooperation and teamwork in the classroom and school with peers.
Activities included in the Relationship unit:
Look at the PREVIEW for a look at this SEL unit up close and the variety of lessons and activities included!
*Discussion Starters cards
*Anchor Chart pieces
*Characteristics of a Good Friend cards for wall display
*Tons of literature connections & writing activities
*Mini-Book & Storybook
*'I am a Friend' crown
*Cooperative partner & group activities
*Student helper badges
Notes for Teachers:
Teachers are provided with comprehensive lesson plans, lesson layouts, printable materials, instructions, and a layout that is simple and easy to implement. This is a flexible SEL curriculum that can be taught when teachers have time, while the recommendation is to teach a lesson once to twice a week.
The mind+heart loosely aligns with the CASEL framework of the 5 core competencies for SEL, as well as other state SEL initiatives, which are research-based. It provides educators with an affordable option that is comprehensive and appropriate for the K-2 classroom.
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