Social Emotional Learning, Social Skills, Character Education SEL Curriculum K-2

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    The mind + heart Social Emotional Learning Curriculum includes 8 units with 5+ detailed, character education LESSONS filled with hands-on and mindful activities that encourage children in Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade to build important social skills and emotional awareness.

    Teach children the most important lessons in life when they need it the most with units and activities on emotions, self-regulation, growth mindset, empathy and social awareness, friendship, kindness, respect, and responsibility.

    Want to build a peaceful classroom filled with respectful, confident, and kind children that can build relationships and communicate effectively? Then this curriculum is for YOU! Used in over 10 thousand classrooms by happy teachers worldwide (see the feedback and reviews below).

    This social-emotional learning BUNDLE gives you an entire YEAR’S WORTH of SEL lessons (41) and HUNDREDS of activities covering a ton of important social-emotional topics all young children need to learn and practice.

    ↑↑↑ Look at the PREVIEW for a look at the mind+heart SEL BUNDLE up close, the individual units included, and the variety of lessons and activities included!↑↑↑

    Need digital and printable SEL lessons and activities?

    ♥♥The DIGITAL & PRINTABLE Social Emotional Learning Curriculum COMBO BUNDLE for K-2 is available NOW at a HUGE discount (40% OFF buying the units separately)! Use both bundles together (DIGITAL & PRINTABLE) to offer a well-rounded SEL program in your classroom! ♥♥

    WHY this is the ONE Social-Emotional Learning resource you need to teach kids!

    1. Each unit's lessons and follow-up activities can extend to cover your SEL time for a month! This is a flexible SEL curriculum that can be taught when teachers have time, while the recommendation is to teach a lesson once a week and extend it throughout the week with the follow-up activities.
    2. You will have what you need to facilitate meaningful discussions and impactful activities that build important social and emotional skills and grow your classroom community.
    3. You will save time as the planning is done for you.
    4. Since this is research-based and follows the CASEL framework for SEL, you know that you are covering the most important lessons kids need!
    5. It provides a TON of variety and includes activities that will engage students and help them build important emotional awareness skills.
    6. The lessons and activities work great for morning classroom meetings or end of the day lessons, for school counselors, classroom teachers, and in a homeschool setting.

    What is mind+heart?

    The mind+heart social emotional learning curriculum was designed to help teachers instruct young children to develop emotional literacy, self-control, and social competence. The ultimate goal is for primary aged children to develop a healthy sense of self and positive peer relations that will continue throughout their lives.

    Children will learn to express their emotions appropriately, solve problems, develop a “growth mindset”, build relationships, and be thoughtful, empathetic citizens who take responsibility and show respect.

    mind+heart includes a variety of thought-provoking lessons and discussions, community building ideas, and engaging activities to help build important social and emotional skills. Children will have many opportunities to learn, practice, and develop SEL through a variety of lessons and activities.

    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.

    What units are included in the mind+heart SEL curriculum?

    Download the PREVIEW to view the CURRICULUM MAP & see what each unit includes!

    Emotions Unit 1: Identifying and labeling; What causes emotions; Expressing emotions; Labelling experiences.

    Self-Management Unit 2: self-regulation & ways to calm down; self-control, and self-esteem.

    Growth Mindset Unit 3: fixed vs. growth mindset; the elastic brain; effort & perseverance; failure, mistakes & challenges.

    Relationships Unit 4: communication - listening & speaking; friendship; teamwork & cooperation; sharing & taking turns.

    Social Awareness Unit 5: how feelings & behaviors affect others; developing & displaying empathy; building a community of compassion.

    Kindness Unit 6: what is kindness - ways to show; what to say; caring for others; kindness challenge; generosity; Bucket Filling.

    Respect Unit 7: what is respect?, ways to show respect, honesty, gratitude, & acceptance.

    Responsibility Unit 8: responsibility; peaceful problem solving; goal setting; anti-bullying.

    Engaging and Meaningful Activities are included in EVERY UNIT!

    • Discussion Starters cards
    • Interactive anchor charts and bulletin board materials
    • Posters
    • Sorting activities
    • Boardgame, card game, and matching game
    • Interactive tools, such as a calm down kit and feelings clip chart
    • Storybooks
    • Craftivities
    • Journals
    • & more!

    PLUS A BRAND NEW BONUS: Family Partnership Guides (For every unit)!

    Connect with and encourage families to take part in the social-emotional learning development of their child and the concepts you are teaching at school. Each unit includes a printable guide with a letter to families, strategies and activities they can try at home, and a book guide with video links.

    ♥♥Teach grades 3-5? The mind+heart Social Emotional Learning Curriculum for 3-5 is available for a SPECIAL DISCOUNT. You will get an entire year’s worth of lessons (40 included) and activities to help older kids to develop emotional literacy, self-control, and social competence! ♥♥

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