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In third grade, students make academic and social leaps, reading more challenging books, working through multi-step math problems, and participating more in collaborative work and shared learning experiences. The research-based Second Step program provides engaging videos and lively Brain Builder games to make it easier to learn skills like managing anxiety and disappointment and how to work together respectfully.

 

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Second Step Grade 3 Classroom Kit $389

Included in the Classroom Kit

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

  • 22 durable 11" x 17" color photo-lesson cards and 4 Unit Cards
  • Teaching Materials Notebook with:
    • 22 Following Through Cards
    • Take-home activities and Family Letters
    • Assessments and handouts
  • 4 colorful classroom posters
  • 4 Skills for Learning Cards
  • Grade 3 lesson DVD
  • Sing and Step CD

Lesson Topics

Lessons are taught once a week and take 30–35 minutes, followed by 5- to 10-minute daily activities—all with little to no prep time.
Unit 1
Skills for Learning
  • Being Respectful Learners
  • Using Self-Talk
  • Being Assertive
  • Planning to Learn
Unit 2
Empathy
  • Identifying Others’ Feelings
  • Understanding Perspectives
  • Conflicting Feelings
  • Accepting Differences
  • Showing Compassion
  • Making Friends
Unit 3
Emotion Management
  • Introducing Emotion Management
  • Managing Test Anxiety
  • Handling Accusations
  • Managing Disappointment
  • Managing Anger
  • Managing Hurt Feelings
Unit 4
Problem Solving
  • Solving Problems, Part 1
  • Solving Problems, Part 2
  • Solving Classroom Problems
  • Solving Peer-Exclusion Problems
  • Dealing with Negative Peer Pressure
  • Reviewing Second Step Skills

What’s in a Kit?

More Content Online!

  • Online training
  • Teaching instructions
  • Summative assessments
  • Digital versions of teaching resources
  • Spanish translations of lesson and family materials

“Social-emotional learning is so important because our job is to create productive, happy citizens.”

Dedy Fauntleroy, Principal
John Stanford International School, Seattle, WA

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

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    Seattle, WA 98121

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