• Webinars

    Take a few minutes to listen to these CASEL-Initiative webinars for up-to-date information for families supporting their student's well-being. The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) is a trusted source for knowledge about high-quality, evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL).

    Return to School During COVID-19

    Permission to Feel for Adults: Healthy Emotion Regulation During Stressful Times

    Books & Social Stories

    Social Stories

    Social stories use photographs and descriptive words to guide children through real-life situations. They can help children understand expected behaviors, work through interpersonal issues, practice conflict resolution skills and help them understand new perspectives.

    How to Wear a Mask at School

    Greet Each Other From Six Feet

    COVID-19: I Can Help!

    How to Wear a Mask (pdf)

    Reading List

    Grab one (of a few) of these books to help students with re-entry in the building or to maintain stamina and motivation during virtual learning.  

    A Little Spot Stays Home is such a packed book with COVID-19 information and safety measures but in a relatable way for students.

    Lucy’s Mask focuses on the good of wearing a mask and how it can be exciting – a perfect back to school read aloud.

    Virtual back to school is such a different scenario. Use Madi Goes to Virtual School to help your students get acquainted with back to school virtually.

    Using actionable steps and explanation Masked Ninja uses facts to help students understand.

    Focusing on the patience aspect of the pandemic and new schedule, Paul and the Pandemic is a great coronavirus read aloud.

    Germs vs. Soap is a fun COVID read aloud or back to school read aloud to reinforce how soap works and ways students can stay safe in school.

    All are Welcome is another new release for back to school read alouds perfect for social emotional learning and classroom community buildling.


Last Modified on October 17, 2020