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Second Step K–5 Large Hallway Poster Set
A great way to reinforce Second Step skills in your school’s hallways.
“I’m a Second Step Problem Solver!” Pencils
Colorful #2 wooden pencils are imprinted with the message, “I’m a Second Step problem solver!” A perfect tool for recognizing and reinforcing students’ problem-solving skills.
Second Step Bookmarks
Set of 30 bookmarks
A bookmark and skill-reinforcement tool all in one! A great way to reinforce the Second Step K–5 Problem-Solving Steps.
Second Step K–5 Pocket Folders
Set of 30
A fun way for students to organize Second Step handouts and remember skills. These pocket folders have the Calm-Down Steps on the front, Problem-Solving Steps on the back, and the Skills for Learning on one of the inside pockets.
Second Step Grades 2 and 3 Poster and Card Pack
Classroom posters (set of 4) and Skills for Learning Cards from the Second Step Grades 2 and 3 kits
Second Step Grades 2 and 3 Sing and Step CD
Music for the Second Step Grades 2 and 3 programs
Child Protection Unit Grades 1–3 Poster and Card Pack
Working together to keep kids safe from abuse
Set of 2 posters and 3 cards from the Second Step Grades 1–3 Child Protection Unit
Second Step Grades 6–8 Bundle (2008 Edition)
Middle School: New challenges, new transitions
Transitioning to middle school can be tough. The evidence-based Second Step Program for Grades 6–8 helps schools teach and model essential communication, coping, and decision-making skills that help adolescents navigate around common pitfalls such as peer pressure, substance abuse, and bullying (both in-person and online). The outcome? Reduced aggression and support for a more inclusive environment that helps students stay in school, make good choices, and experience social and academic success.
Second Step Grade 6 Classroom Kit (2008 Edition)
Setting a course for success
Sixth grade is when many students first encounter peer pressure, substance abuse, and social bullying. The evidence-based Second Step Program provides age-appropriate lessons to teach important skills, such as how to disagree respectfully, be assertive, and recognize and respond to bullying. Videos and class discussions engage students and offer strategies for solving problems, identifying hopes, and making plans.