Free SEL Resources

Curated for Educators and Families

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Support Social-Emotional Well-Being

When children practice social-emotional skills throughout their day, they learn to understand emotions and cope with everyday challenges. Use and share these research-based social-emotional learning (SEL) resources to empower children to thrive at school, at home, and everywhere in between.

Explore Activities, Lessons, and Materials

This selection of resources aligns with the Second Step® family of SEL programs.

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Early Learning

Appropriate for PreK
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Appropriate for Grades K–5
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Middle School

Appropriate for Grades 6–8
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Includes professional development and anti-bias and anti-racism resources
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Includes educational games, videos, comics, conversation starters, and more
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