SEL Lessons of the Week

Spotlight on: Emotions

Dear Teachers,

I know things are very hectic right now. I will send the newsletters out bi-weekly so that you have two weeks to complete the activities with your classes ! These are just suggestions feel free to implement your own ideas. If you have a great lesson or idea, share it with me and I will send it out!

SEL Lessons for the week of September 21st to 10/2/20

Click the links below for your SEL lessons for the next 2 weeks.

BONUS: Feelings Thermometer Template

This is a great tool for checking in with students daily. It can be laminated and the students can circle their feelings each day.
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Feelings Thermometers:

Feeling thermometers are a great way to take the pulse of your class or individual students. You can have students complete a daily or weekly check in to see how they are feeling. This is also a great class circle activity.
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Google Slides: Feelings Thermometer

Guess and Learn EMOTIONS and FEELINGS for Kids - PART 1 | Teach Emotions to Kids

NEW THIS WEEK: New More Activities - Click below!

Get to Know You Virtual Tag

The Boy with Big Feelings

Make sure to end the book at the last page, don't play the readers discussion.

The Boy with Big, Big Feelings [READ ALOUD]


Nearpod has a ton of SEL lessons on it!

Mindfulness with Mrs. Vincent

Visit my bitmoji Mindfulness Room for some soothing music, mindfulness books, and breathing exercises you can try with your students!

Sanford Harmony

We are working on getting additional Sanford Harmony Kits. In the interim, please share with your colleagues. The conversation card boxes make a great class council starter. You can sit during a mask break and go through some of the questions from the box. Quick and easy activity!

Need help?

Michele's schedule:

Stewart: Tues/ Wed/ Fri

Stratford: Mon/Thursday