Want to help your kindergarteners and first graders learn about sportsmanship? This resource is a developmentally appropriate set of sportsmanship activities to help them identify what good vs. bad sportsmanship looks like, why it’s important, and that gives them opportunities to practice being a good sport!
It’s research-based social-emotional learning created specifically with primary students in mind!
Use these activities in one sportsmanship lesson, 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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