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Call to order the
Second Step program:
800-634-4449

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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 the research-based Second Step program, theyʼre set up for success.

 

KIT CONTENTS

Second Step
Early Learning Kit
$379

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Included in the Kit

You’ll find everything you’ll need to teach the program in the classroom:

  • 28 durable 11" x 17" color photo
    Weekly Theme Cards
  • 5 Unit Cards for teachers
  • Join In and Sing CD
  • 3 colorful classroom posters
  • 4 Listening Rules Cards
  • 1 set of Feelings Cards
  • 28 take-home activities
  • 2 high-quality puppets—boy and girl
  • Teaching Materials Notebook

More Content Online!

Early learning educators who register online can:

  • Get all Spanish materials,
    including family communications
  • Watch video examples
  • Email family materials
  • Find lists of books to use with lessons
  • Access the Staff-Training Toolkit
    (includes Kickoff and Wrap-Up presentations
    plus staff training agendas)
  • Find other planning, teaching, and
    assessment tools

What’s in a Kit?

“It gives them a foundation of tools and strategies that are going to help them be successful in kindergarten and in life.”

Julie Polkinghorn
ECEAP Program Coordinator, Everett, WA

Call to order the Second Step program: 800-634-4449

 

PROGRAM SAMPLES

Weekly Themes |
Early learning skills and concepts are taught through short, daily activities that take 5–7 minutes with little to no prep time.
unit 1 unit 2 unit 3 unit 4 unit 5
Skills For Learning Empathy Emotion Management Friendship Skills and Problem Solving Transitioning to Kindergarten
  • Welcoming
  • Listening
  • Focusing Attention
  • Self-Talk
  • Following Directions
  • Asking for What You Need or Want
  • Identifying Feelings
    (happy, sad)
  • More Feelings
    (surprised, scared)
  • Identifying Anger
  • Same or Different Feelings
  • Accidents
  • Caring and Helping
  • We Feel Feelings in
    Our Bodies (worried)
  • Strong Feelings
    (frustrated)
  • Naming Feelings
  • Managing Disappointment
  • Managing Anger
  • Managing Waiting
  • Fair Ways to Play (play together, trade, take turns)
  • Having Fun with Friends
  • Inviting to Play
  • Joining In with Play
  • Saying the Problem
  • Thinking of Solutions
  • Speaking Up Assertively
  • Learning in Kindergarten
  • Riding the Kindergarten Bus
  • Making New Friends
    in Kindergarten
Early Learning Scope and Sequence
Curriculum Scope and Sequence

All Second Step Early Learning topics, concepts, and objectives

Weekly Theme 6: Asking for What You Need or Want

Brain Builder Game

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“The Brain Builder games really do help the children develop their executive-function skills. Especially their inhibitory control, because I can tell that they’re able to stop themselves and they’re able to wait”

Karen Virta, Classroom Teacher
Everett Community College Early Learning Center, Everett, WA

Call to order the Second Step program: 800-634-4449

 

 


 
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