Remote Learning SEL Resources for Parents, Families and Caregivers [downloadable]
Promoting SEL at Home is a series of developmentally appropriate social and emotional learning (SEL) resources for parents, families, and caregivers to use at home. These lesson ideas facilitate the development of SEL skills in children, from infancy through high school.
What are Social and Emotional Skills?
Social and emotional skills are the tools children and adults use to understand and manage emotions, social interactions, and every day emotional responses. The 8 SEL domains listed below are important in school, after school and in the workplace.
Resource For Parents & Families
Learn about the benefits of social and emotional learning (SEL) and the positive impact strong social and emotional skills have in school, at home and in life. Use the links below to access each module, presented in a 2-page, downloadable PDF.
- Optimistic Thinking
- Optimistic Thinking (Español)
- Self-Awareness (Español)
- Self-Management (Español)
- Social-Awareness (Español)
- Relationship Skills
- Relationship Skills (Español)
- Goal-Directed Behavior
- Goal-Directed Behavior (Español)
- Personal Responsibility
- Personal Responsibility (Español)
- Decision Making
- Decision Making (Español)
Also see these downloadable social and emotional learning activities to get started building SEL skills at home with your children.
Source: Aperture Education | Parent Portal, https://apertureed.com/family-resources | © 2020 Aperture Education, LLC
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