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Second Step® Out-of-School Time
A Time to Thrive Together
Give kids in before- and after-school settings a fun, active way to understand their emotions and create a kinder, more empathetic community. Built on the foundation of our trusted schoolwide social-emotional learning (SEL) program, Second Step Out-of-School Time uses play, game mechanics, and voice and choice to bring explicit SEL to out-of-school time (OST) settings. With program training and embedded staff supports, Second Step Out-of-School Time empowers both adults and youth to practice social-emotional skills in any OST environment.
Second Step® Elementary Classroom Kit for Kindergarten
New challenges, new skills
To make the big transition to elementary school, kids need to learn new skills, such as how to control impulses, stay focused, and follow rules. Research-based Second Step Elementary helps teachers give students the skills and confidence they need to adjust to a full day of learning. Kids are captivated by the colorful Second Step® lesson cards, interactive songs, games, and especially beloved puppets Puppy and Snail and plush Be-Calm Bunny.
Second Step® Bullying Prevention Unit Kindergarten 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 Kindergarten, 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.
Second Step® Bullying Prevention Unit Poster Pack
Set of 2 posters from the Bullying Prevention Unit: Bystander Power and Recognize, Report, Refuse