Managing one’s disruptive emotions and impulses is an important part of behaving in a socially appropriate way. Explore strategies with students to help them with their own self regulation.
Students learn to identify the four zones or states they can find themselves in throughout the day. They learn strategies and tools they can use to stay in or move from one zone to another.
“I can” statements break down the big curriculum ideas into more manageable targets for young students. They help students take ownership of of their progress.
Students feel an inherent connection with animals. By focusing on different characteristics of animals, educators can help students learn about themselves and others.
“What I Am” Song