Alexander Science SEL Newsletter

with Ms. Delgado, PSW

September - All About Feelings!

Hello Alexander Atom Families!

This month during our weekly assemblies and in our classrooms, we will be learning about feelings and emotions - what they are and how we can recognize them in ourselves and others. Learning happens best when it is done at school AND at home. Below are ways you can help your child continue to learn about this month's social-emotional theme: Feelings - through reading about it, talking about it, and practicing it! Please visit our PSW website for more resources. This is one of my favorite topics to share with students, and I hope your family will enjoy it just as much!

Read About Feelings

Talk about Feelings

Here are some discussion points to help you talk about feelings with your child:

  • How do you feel right now? How do you know?
  • Do you think all feelings are okay to have? Why or why not?
  • Is it easy or difficult for you to talk about how you are feeling? Why?
  • Do you feel like you handle your feelings in a healthy way? Why or why not?
  • Why do you think it’s important to know how you are feeling?
  • Why do you think it’s important to know how others are feeling?

Feelings Practice

Practice identifying the feelings of others while you are watching a movie or TV show. As you are watching, talk about how each character feels and how you can tell. Encourage your child to use situational cues (what is happening) as well as physical cues (how the person looks).

Books for Parents


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Ms. Delgado is available for meetings via phone, Zoom, or in-person. Click on the link to schedule a day and time that works for you. You will receive an email invite with the date, time, and phone number, Zoom link or office for our meeting. I am here to support your student and family. =)

Coming Soon: Start with Hello Week

Monday, Sep. 20th, 8am to Friday, Sep. 24th, 2:30pm

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Los Angeles, CA

During Start With Hello Week, schools celebrate the amazing work their educators, students, and community members are doing to create socially inclusive learning environments for all students.