A poster containing sentence stems to continue effective communication with students while teaching virtually.
Create a journal to implement the following principles into your life: in the moment, have faith by believing in yourself, reality check, reset experiences, suspend judgment,put it in neutral, and take it slow allow situations to unfold in their own time.
To assist you in responding to the social and emotional needs of your child during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, Lions Quest, a Social and Emotional Learning of Lions Clubs International Foundation, has created the SEL at Home series, a collection of short, mindfulness and SEL skill-building lessons with activities for families.
MindUP at Home offers parents, educators and students resources and tools to learn how MindUP’s lessons can be integrated into our lives, whether at school or at home. It provides instruction, activities and guided practices to include in our daily lives, classrooms, and homes to help manage our response to stress, improve our ability to […]
Take a Brain Break with MindUP’s founder, Goldie Hawn. The Brain Break is the core practice of the MindUP Curriculum. In this 4 minute video, Goldie will guide you through a focused breathing practice enhancing your ability to think more clearly, improve emotional regulation and better manage stress.
Explore MindUP lessons through videos with teachers that have taught MindUP in their classrooms. Learn how the 15 lessons can impact the brain and improve cognition and emotional wellbeing.
The Family Kit is used by families with children of all ages to teach and unite them in doing positive actions at home, and elsewhere, as individuals, parents, and members of the family and community. Using engaging and colorful materials, families participate in instruction and activities in 42 30-45-minute lessons. The kit includes a manual, […]
There are several Second Step activities freely available online for children Pre-K. Many of these are adaptable for remote learning or for families to do at home with their children.
Educators and families can now access Second Step Emotion Management lessons for Grade 5 on-demand, along with support materials for each lesson. All lessons are free (no login required) and feature our own Committee for Children staff, who also happen to be experienced teachers and counselors.
Educators and families can now access Second Step Emotion Management lessons for Grade 4 on-demand, along with support materials for each lesson. All lessons are free (no login required) and feature our own Committee for Children staff, who also happen to be experienced teachers and counselors.