Social-Emotional

Resources for Special Educators, Therapists, and Families – downloadable resources for both in-person and remote instruction

Essentials of Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Skills (TATS)

Building Relationships (University of Connecticut)

Stay Calm Infographic

Distance Learning Story for Children

Suggestions for Social Skills (related to Florida Developmental and Learning Standards)

Ideas for Giving Positive Praise to Children

Helping Children Understand Expectations (Backpack Connection)

Ideas and Hints for Families – Social Emotional

The Way I Feel Video book (links to Youtube)

Feelings Faces template with suggestions from National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations (NCPMI)

Teaching Emotions – Suggestions for Families from NCPMI

Calming down Tucker the Turtle Story for Home

Tucker the Turtle Finger Plays and Songs

Faces and Feelings Chart

“My Safe Place at Home” (Video Lesson) from Hillsborough County

Breathe, Think, Do – Calming strategy from Sesame Street

Activities that Encourage Sharing

Link to Resource Library for Family Implementation (from USF’s National Center for Pyramid Model – includes one-page family hints in several languages)

Social-emotional Learning at Home – series of resources from ApetureEd

Below – Resources for Supporting Children with Complex Social-Emotional and Behavioral Needs: