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 will investigate the meaning of self image (how you perceive yourself) and identity (how you present yourself) as well as look at the factors that influence both.
Exploring the concept of empathy and another person’s perspective or point of view is important in developing a student’s social and emotional intelligence. Students will explore the idea of what it means to “walk in someone else’s shoes”.
“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 explore the emotion of worry and develop strategies to quiet the “worry monster”.
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