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Social Emotional Resources

Your student’s social and emotional well-being is important. Here are some important resources to assist you and your family.

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Winter Well-Being Video Series

Feeling stressed or burned out? Every Monday from Dec. 7 through Jan. 25, Committee for Children will publish a short video with evidence-based advice and a weekly self-care prescription to support your mental health during a pandemic winter.


Link to Winter Well-Being

Resources for Families

The Imagine Neighborhood

Our free podcast is designed to help kids and families tackle the big feelings that come with growing up.
Link to The Imagine Neighborhood

Mind Yeti

Practice mindfulness during this difficult time with free sessions designed for adults to do alongside children.
Link to Mind Yeti

Little Children, Big Challenges

Help young children face significant challenges with videos, songs, family resources, and printable downloads
Link to Little Children, Big Challenges

Captain Compassion

In comics and with fun activities, our bullying prevention superhero shows how everyone can help stop bullying.
Link to Captain Compassion

Hot Chocolate Talk

Our research-based how-to guide takes the guesswork out of what to say to your child about sexual abuse.
Link to Hot Chocolate Talk

ParenTeen Connect

Real teens and their parents address hot-button topics to help others with useful advice, videos, and resources.
Link to ParenTeen Connect

DIY SEL Summer Camp

Online summer camp that helps kids ages 1–14 learn social-emotional skills, science, social studies, math, and more!
Link to DIY SEL Summer Camp

Free Second Step activities for children ages 5–13 for remote learning or for families to do with kids.
Link to Free Second Step activities for children ages 5-13