Second Step is an evidence-based, Socio-Emotional Curriculum through Committee for Children. The Chino Valley Unified School District has been using this curriculum to support our students in TK through 8th grade classrooms since 2016.
This curriculum is a critical piece of our PBIS Tier 1 implementation throughout the district. Therefore, all CVUSD students in grades TK through 8th grade have access to this curriculum through teacher-delivered classroom lessons.
Second Step K8 Scope and Sequence Guide: Outlines units, lessons, and objectives found under the Second Step program.
Second Step Social-Emotional Passport: SEL reinforcement activity for students to do at home. Integrate this activity into your remote-learning plan or share it with families as a fun resource.
Committee for Children is teaming up once again with bullying prevention superhero Captain Compassion and her trusty sidekick Kid Kinder, to give kids and adults guidance about how to help others recognize, report, and refuse bullying. Children can find games, comics, and activities they can complete on their own, or with their families.
Mind Yeti is a library of research-based guided mindfulness sessions that help kids and their adults calm their minds, focus their attention and connect to the world around them. Created by nonprofit Committee for Children.
Collection of RTI academic/behavior interventions/tools to help teachers support student behaviors in the classroom and across the school setting.
Comprehensive collection of behavior interventions to help support all students, and specifically those students who need additional support in the classroom/school setting.
Comprehensive collection of books that cover topics such as acceptance, anger, calming down, confidence...and many more.
An award-winning children's literacy program that offers an opportunity for kids to have a story read to them! Great for all age groups!
This new podcast for families is designed to help children and grown-ups practice their social-emotional skills. Each episode tells a story that’s amazing, fantastical, and maybe a little bananas, while it tackles the big feelings that come with growing up.
Say hello to Howard B. Wigglebottom! A FREE collection of books with Howard as the main protagonist, developing social skills and regulating his emotions.
Collection of activities that help children identify and manage their feelings!
Focus on building Social-Emotional skills through fun activities and experiences.
The Committee for Children and Sesame Street have partnered to create a collection of resources for young children facing significant challenges. These materials, aimed at building children’s resilience, may be useful for educators and families.
A resource to help families talk with their children about child sexual abuse. Families may be spending a lot more time together during school closures, which makes this an opportune time to have these difficult but very important conversations.
For families with older children, this resource provides an online experience they can share together. It’s loaded with videos, resources, and useful advice to help teens and the adults in their lives address hot-button topics.
Put up a few visual reminders to help your kids name their feelings and learn how to manage them, too!
Calm Down (English/Spanish)
Fair Ways to Play (English/Spanish)
How to Calm Down (English)
Problem Solving (English/Spanish)
Skills for Learning (English/Spanish)