Social Emotional Learning


Below is a snapshot of the page on 8/28/2020, to see the current page, go to

Collaborative for Academic, Social, & Emotional Learning (CASEL)

This comprehensive website has resources for families, educators, and leaders.

Toolkit for Social-Emotional Learning

From Common Sense Education. This is a fantastic collection of lessons and links to great resources for teaching multiple aspects of SEL. Includes resources for families, and resources in Spanish.

Wide Open School Emotional Well-Being Resources

Great resources for grades Pre-K-5 and 6-12 (choose at top of page)

Edutopia's collection of SEL resources

Find and share resources for creating a healthy school culture by helping students develop skills to manage their emotions, resolve conflicts, and make responsible decisions.


Self-paced digital lessons for students grades K-12 covering character development, mental wellness, financial readiness, and career exploration

Daily SEL

Daily SEL lessons for primary and secondary students by Collaborative Learning Solutions

Teaching Tolerance

Lessons for students grades K-12 covering SEL and other subject areas

Four Core Priorities for Trauma-Informed Distance Learning

Great advice for this challenging time, for both students AND teachers.

Find more resources on Tulare County Office of Education's Social Emotional Learning Resources page


Research finds that mindfulness practice can help decrease stress and anxiety, and strengthen resilience and emotional regulation, for both adults and children.

Free Online Mindfulness Classes for Kids

Mindful Schools is designing these online mindfulness classes with K-5 students in mind – AND please know that students and adults of all ages are welcome to participate.

Free Online Mindfulness Resources

Browse our collection of free mindfulness exercises, meditations, courses, trainings, and mindfulness curriculum.

10 Guided Meditations for Kids from The Inspired Treehouse

Research has shown that guided meditation can go a long way toward supporting positive outcomes related to emotional regulation, behavior, attention, stress, and anxiety.

Reflection and Journaling

Provide students an opportunity for journaling and reflection

How Journaling Can Improve Your Resiliency

(article and podcast from the Center for Creative Leadership)

Student Journaling during Coronavirus

During the coronavirus pandemic, journals provide students a space for private reflection, which can help them process their thoughts, feelings, and uncertainties during these difficult times. Also see Journals in Remote Learning

Science and Nature Journaling

Resources for using journals to reflect on learning and engage with nature

More SEL Resources on Wakelet

More added all the time! Click the links or images to see the collections.