Social Emotional Learning in the Early Years

It. Is. Everything.

It’s in our conversations, our classroom setup, our read-alouds, and the activities we do, and it is a key lens to look through as we plan for learning. Here is a sketchnote from a professional development session I attended (virtually) in early May that shows some important examples and ideas of how social emotional learning can happen and be supported:

Sketchnote from a professional development session on social emotional learning in the early years

Emotional Regulation Resources by Dr. Jody Carrington

I highly recommend seeking out any of Dr. Jody Carrington’s fabulous work to learn more about the importance of emotional regulation, and how we can model and support it:

Sketchnote from The Mental Health of Kids These Days workshop by Dr. Jody Carrington.

More Resources

What are your favourite resources, activities, or other ideas for nurturing social emotional learning in the early years?

Published by Britney Allen

I am a French Immersion teacher fuelled by chocolate, leopard print, and family & friends. I love sharing and hearing new ideas.

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