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Second Step: Social-Emotional Skills for Early Learning

Young children who can listen, pay attention, remember directions, and control their behavior will benefit more from preschool and be better prepared for kindergarten. The new Second Step early learning program teaches self-regulation and executive-function skills that help children learn and skills to manage their feelings, make friends, and solve problems. Short daily activities include Brain Builder games, songs, and puppets your little learners will love.

  • Color photo Weekly Theme Cards
  • Join In and Sing CD
  • Listening Rules and Feelings Cards
  • Skills for Learning Cards
  • Puppets, songs, activities
  • Online resources for teachers and families
  • Research-based and easy to use
See program pricing in our online store.

Second Step Early Learning


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, Washington
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