Social-emotional learning (SEL) instruction in small groups can be a great way to build student belonging and community—while also teaching key skills and competencies that students may need additional support with.
Small-group SEL activities (which can take place during homeroom, morning meetings, or advisory periods) are great Tier 1 or 2 interventions to focus on relationship-building as a precursor to academic learning.
This toolkit includes a set of 6 facilitation guides for small-group SEL activities—complete with “how to” instructions and differentiation tips for educators. These low-lift strategies are designed to help promote positive relationships while building students’ SEL skills.
This resource is perfect for:
Example Interventions (Instructions Included!):
✔ Make a Face
✔ Lunch Bunch
✔ Two-Word Check-In