Morning Greeting Choices

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Morning Greeting Choices help build a classroom community and enhance social emotional learning and connection with children in Preschool, Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade. They can also be used with children with special needs and Autism. Children choose a greeting and then greet their teacher and friends to further enhance connection to others and take part in developing a social emotionally safe learning environment.

Greeting Signs include

Welcome Preschool

Welcome Kindergarten

Welcome 1st Grade

Welcome 2nd Grade

Morning Greeting Choices

Afternoon Greeting Choices

How Would You Like To Be Greeted?

14 Greetings that represent children of different cultures, race, and inclusive of disabilities.



High Five

Fist Bump

Elbow Tap

Pat on the Back

Pinky Connect

No Contact Choices



Make a Silly Face





Other resources you may enjoy to develop your social emotional connections throughout the year are the

Emotion Check In Chart

Feeling Detective Game

Emotion Matching

The Autism Home Schedule can be very beneficial for helping parents develop a consistent visual schedule so children arrive emotionally regulated and ready to start the day!

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