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Highlighting Mental Health in the Library
No student is too young to begin learning and talking about emotions and mental health. While we may choose to not use these terms specifically, these important topics should be accessible — particularly when we use age-appropriate books to introduce them.
Literature-Based Social-Emotional Learning: Read-Along Lollipops
SEL can take many different forms, from structured activities to casual conversations. Read-alongs provide an excellent springboard for SEL discussions and activities. In fact, sometimes talking about the feelings of a fictional character can be even more accessible than talking about our own.
These DIY Calm-Down Jars Will Have Your Students Mesmerized
Make these calm-down jars while also learning about the mixing of colors. The secrets to making these is the oil-based food coloring. Get tips on how to turn this project into a science lesson and where to get the food coloring, by following the story link!