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Second Step® Early Learning
Improved behavior, improved learning
Help your littlest learners harness their energy and potential by teaching them to listen, pay attention, control their behavior, and get along with others. When students enter kindergarten with the self-regulation and social-emotional skills taught in research-based Second Step Early Learning, they’re set up for success.
Second Step® Early Learning + Second Step® Child Protection Unit Bundle
Set a foundation for a better future
Together, Second Step Early Learning and the Child Protection Unit create a positive and safe learning environment for the whole child. These programs bring together social-emotional learning, executive function, self-regulation, and child safety to foster a safe and supported learning environment for all.
Second Step® Elementary Classroom Kit for Grade 2
Growing up and getting along
By second grade, students have gained a sense of independence and self-awareness and are ready to start solving problems on their own. Teachers use research-based Second Step Elementary lessons and accompanying games, videos, and daily activities to teach students skills—such as how to avoid assumptions, pay attention and listen, finish tasks, and show compassion—that can lead to gains in confidence and school success.
Second Step® Bullying Prevention Unit Grade 2 Lesson Notebook + Staff Training
The power to create a positive school climate
Research-based bullying prevention taught in Second Step® Elementary that teachers know and students love. Set a foundation for social and academic success by teaching Second Step Elementary. Then build on those fundamentals with the Bullying Prevention Unit for Grade 2, with training for all school staff and lessons for students.
Second Step® Elementary Principal Toolkit
Leadership essentials for schoolwide success
This toolkit provides busy elementary principals with easy, everyday ways to make the most of Second Step Elementary classroom kits. By embedding Second Step® concepts into school practices and policies, principals can sustain a culture of caring, learning, and achievement.