Want to help your kindergarteners and first graders learn about playing together at recess and in PE? This resource is a developmentally appropriate set of activities to help them understand how to be flexible about what they play, who they play with, and to see how it’s more fun to play with others!
It’s research-based social-emotional learning created specifically with primary students in mind!
Use these activities in one longer lesson about playing together, one or two shorter lessons, or spread out in shorter bursts for a weeklong skills focus using the included pacing guide. Designed for teachers delivering SEL in their classrooms or school counselors teaching guidance lessons.
It is ASCA-aligned and CASEL-aligned! While created to use for whole group lessons, it is also wonderful for tier 2/small group counseling or social skills intervention.
- Short story to engage your learners
- Movement-based whole group activity to check for understanding
- Hands-on small group practice activity
- Closing circle questions
- Extension activity
- Poster/coloring pages
- Recommended book companions
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