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Second Step® Early Learning
Improved behavior, improved learning
Help your littlest learners harness their energy and potential by teaching them to listen, pay attention, control their behavior, and get along with others. When students enter kindergarten with the self-regulation and social-emotional skills taught in research-based Second Step Early Learning, they’re set up for success.
Second Step® Early Learning + Second Step® Child Protection Unit Bundle
Set a foundation for a better future
Together, Second Step Early Learning and the Child Protection Unit create a positive and safe learning environment for the whole child. These programs bring together social-emotional learning, executive function, self-regulation, and child safety to foster a safe and supported learning environment for all.
Second Step® Elementary Classroom Kit for Grade 4
Connected and collaborative
As fourth-grade students interact even more with peers, research-based Second Step Elementary reinforces skills such as participating in conversations, giving compliments, managing strong feelings, and taking responsibility. They’ll love the award-winning music videos, which can make remembering their problem-solving and calming-down skills a breeze.
Second Step® Elementary Classroom Kit for Grade 5
Confident and responsible
Fifth-grade students pay attention to social status and need skills to deal with gossip and peer pressure. Additionally, they need skills to help them self-regulate so they can focus in class and learn. Research-based Second Step Elementary includes activities, award-winning videos, and guided classroom discussions to help students understand the complexities of feelings and reactions so they can be ready to learn and deal with emotions and problems responsibly.
Second Step® Elementary Principal Toolkit
Leadership essentials for schoolwide success
This toolkit provides busy elementary principals with easy, everyday ways to make the most of Second Step Elementary classroom kits. By embedding Second Step® concepts into school practices and policies, principals can sustain a culture of caring, learning, and achievement.