Browse and review strategies you can use to support children's social, emotional, and self-regulation skills.
This library contains strategies that can be used to foster specific social-emotional skills, both with individual children or within a group setting. Our strategy offerings range from short, informative webinars to complete learning suites that include printable resources.
Our strategy library is a work in progress. Each month, we will add new strategies that are focused on a particular social-emotional or self-regulation skill. Check back often for more freely available resources!
Windows and Mirrors Through Books
Use Grace Lin's TedX Talk and our guiding questions to explore how books provide children with a window into the larger world, as well as a mirror for self-reflection.
Supporting Infant and Toddler Emotions
Young children are just beginning to understand, express, and manage their emotions. Learn strategies you can use to guide and support this critical skill.
Supporting Infant and Toddler Friendships
As young children develop, they may begin to show interest in other children. Find out how you can model and support early friendship skills.