• Have You Filled a Bucket Today

    by Carol McCloud Year Published:

    Through simple prose and vivid illustrations, this heartwarming book encourages positive behavior as children see how rewarding it is to express daily kindness, appreciation, and love. Bucket filling and dipping are effective metaphors for understanding the effects of our actions and words on the well being of others and ourselves.


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  • Kelso's Choices

    by Diane Hipp and Barbara Clark Year Published:

    This conflict-management curriculum for elementary students based on the premise that every child is capable of becoming a peacemaker. Designed around Kelso the Frog, this program offers nine options students can choose from to resolve minor conflicts on their own. Students will be able to determine the difference between minor problems they can handle and serious problems that require an adult’s help.

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  • Second Step

    by The Children's Committee Publishing Year Published:

    Second Step is a fun program with engaging lessons, songs, and games. Kids will learn the empathy, emotion-management, and problem-solving skills they need. In all grades, students will also learn self-regulation skills and kindergarteners through third graders will learn executive-function skills, which will prepare your students to learn whatever they need to—from social emotional skills to math and science.

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  • Why Try

    by Christian Moore Year Published:

    The Why Try Program uses a series of ten visual metaphors to teach social, emotional, and leadership principles. The program’s unique multi sensory approach caters to every learning type.

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