Social Emotional Learning
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Social emotional learning (SEL) skills are key to success in and out of the classroom. When you shop online at Really Good Stuff®, you will discover an inventive and appealing array of social-emotional learning activities for kids. Our social and emotional learning activities and products help teach resilience, empathy, and positivity.Shop Social Emotional Learning
Created by and for Teachers
The experienced educators on our team work hand-in-hand with current classroom teachers to carefully create and curate product lines aligned with:
- Start Empathy
Improving social-emotional learning competencies can benefit everyone. Teaching empathy to elementary students and others can improve the learning environment for all. Studies show social and emotional learning results in a 13% rise in academic achievement and 20% less bullying of students with disabilities. Simply put, social-emotional learning activities for elementary school students and others is a win-win.
Success in School, Work and Life
Created by teachers for teachers, these products are designed to help students develop the social and emotional skills they need, not just for academic success, but also to be productive in their future jobs and to approach life with resilience and optimism.
With a social-emotional learning curriculum, elementary school kids can reap long-term benefits that they can carry into their adult years. In fact, 79% of employers say social emotional skills are the most important qualities for job success.
High-Interest, Hands-on Tools
The social-emotional learning activities for teachers you discover here will give you everything you need for fun and effective learning. Social-emotional learning examples include stickers, flash cards, kits and much more. Our social-emotional learning curriculum tools and décor engage students and teach SEL competencies, including:
- A growth mindset
- Social-awareness, empathy, and relationship skills
- Responsible decision-making
Studies show students in social-emotional development programs are 42% less likely to say they were involved in physical aggression. SEL education is also associated with a 5 to 12% decrease in school dropout rates.
For School and Home
Whether you use our character-education products in the classroom as part of your social-emotional learning lesson plans or choose to send a social skills activity for kids for use at home, our social-emotional learning games and educational aids bring students, teachers and families together in SEL activities that promote:
- Understanding and managing emotions
- Setting and achieving goals
- Building and maintaining positive relationships
If you’re wondering how to measure social-emotional learning, our products include fun social emotional assessment tools like self-assessment stamps that build self-esteem and empathy.
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