Developmentally appropriate content covering six key early childhood learning domains builds literacy skills and increases general knowledge.
Nursery Rhymes & Songs
Flip chart features 24 classics that develop phonemic awareness, sight word recognition, oral language vocabulary, and more.
Authentic Spanish Leveled Texts
Familiar tales, beautifully illustrated, build comprehension skill in students' native language and pave the way for second-language reading.
Instant Workstations: Genre Studies with 30 Paired Passages
Passages paired with DOK questions promote cognitive development and a deeper understanding of different genre features.
100+ Growth Mindset Comments
Get instant access to supportive comments designed to develop resiliency in specific subject areas.
Meaningful Mini-Lessons & Practice: Comprehension
Increase students' text-dependent comprehension and scaffold them into complex texts.
Growth Mindset Is Foundational for SEL and Academic Learning
In a growth mindset, intelligence, ability, skill, and talent are capable of growth. With perseverance on a child’s part, and a teacher’s willingness to try new approaches, challenges can be experienced as opportunities. A growth mindset is especially valuable in working on SEL with children—topics such as managing emotions, teamwork, and problem-solving that focus on steps to progress rather than failure. Use the right words at the right time to develop essential resiliency in your young learners.
Since so much of our society promotes a fixed mindset, educating caregivers about a growth mindset and helping them see how their language can impact their children’s understanding of themselves is key to supporting educator and student success in the classroom.
Social and emotional intelligence is the set of abilities that allows people to work with others, learn effectively, and play important roles in their families and communities. Discover activities to help the young learners in your life develop their SEL competency.