Social Emotional Learning


  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 or text “Home” to 741741 to text with a Crisis Text Line counselor (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)


    • PBIS World
      This website gives appropriate strategies to support students with their social-emotional and behavioral needs.
    • Reading is Fundamental Activity Center
      Let the young children in your life explore resources about fairness on their own. This vetted, safe, and appropriate set of activities – including puzzles, games, and more – are ready for kids in grades Pre-K to 3 to use independently.

    Social Emotional Activities:

    • CASEL
      Guidelines for Parents and Caregivers
    • Conversation Starters for Families
      Sometimes the hardest challenge is finding the right question to ask. This resource provides a multitude of questions to start conversations in the car, at the table, or when you have a few minutes to chat.
    • Social-Emotional Learning Games to Play with Your Child
      Learning to manage our own emotions while be sensitive to others is a challenge that all children face. This site provides five games that families can play to sharpen their social and emotional skills, no tech required.