Resources for At-Home Learning & Practice
CASEL CASEL CARES Initiative: Connecting the SEL Community: CASEL CARES is a new initiative that connects the SEL community with experts to address how SEL can be most helpful in response to today’s circumstances. These resources are designed to support educators, parents, and anyone who works with children. This page will be updated regularly in response to changing conditions.
Centervention Free Social Emotional Learning Activities: Free resources – lessons, activities, and printables – in the following skill areas: Communication, Cooperation, Emotion Regulation, Empathy, Impulse Control, and Social Initiation.
EverFi Free Digital Education Resources: EVERFI’s focus since our founding has been to provide critical resources to students and learners across the world at scale in any location and at any time. With help from our incredible customers, we are proud to give direct access for K-12 parents and teachers to our library of 20+ digital courses at no cost.
Inside SEL SEL Resources for Parents, Educators & School Communities Related to COVID-19: Our team at Inside SEL has put together an initial list of resources, blog posts and guides to help cope during this volatile and difficult time. Our intention is to continue to add to the list as we come across more relevant content.
Learning Heroes Readiness Roadmap: You want to keep your child on track while school is closed. Here’s your Learning Hero Roadmap to help with math, reading, life skills and more.
Sanford Inspire at Home: Inspire at Home is an online toolkit for educators, families, and caregivers to teach vital social emotional learning (SEL) skills using the strategies Sanford Programs has developed for classroom teachers. We’ve curated interactive Sanford Harmony lessons as well as Sanford Inspire resources for parents to make this transition as easy and rewarding as possible. Once you register, check out the Understanding Impact and Supporting Trauma Exposed Students.
Search Institute Ideas for actions to consider during these uncertain times with young people in your family, classroom, or program that are prompted by Search Institute’s Developmental Relationships Framework.