Social-emotional learning (SEL) gives kids the skills they need to interact with their peers, solve conflicts, identify and deal with strong emotions, and develop character. Because teaching social skills is just as important as teaching reading or math, character education should be a priority for teachers in any grade. When teaching social and emotional development, using the right ideas, curriculum, and resources can make a big difference. At Proud to be Primary, you will find all of these things and more!
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