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Social Emotional Programs

Kimochis (Kindergarten)

This 25 lesson series is a social-emotional curriculum that uses its cute character plushies to teach kids about emotions. Kimochi (KEY.MO.CHEE) means “feeling” in Japanese. Sometimes kids have strong feelings that can fuel challenging behaviors. Sometimes it’s hard to know how to communicate when you are in an emotional moment. Kimochis are a playful way to help children learn how to identify and express feelings, enhance their social skills, and problem solve. When kids can communicate their feelings effectively, they develop positive social skills that lead to lasting friendships and success in all aspects of life.

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Project Happiness (Elementary School)

This 25 lesson series is a social-emotional curriculum that teaches lifelong skills that influence the happiness and develop SEL competencies for elementary school-age children. Benefits include helping students focus and learn, manage emotions, reduce stress, and increase empathy. Each module fulfills Common Core Standards and features one letter of the acronym HAPPINESS. This series includes a student journal where students can work on the SEL concepts taught to enhance their understanding and apply these tools into their daily lives.

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