Social Emotional Learning April Activities for the Primary Classroom


Spring Social Emotional Learning Resources SEL

Spring is here! And by that I mean dull, dreary weather and a reveal of ghastly little treasures that you can’t unsee, across the vast kingdom of sludge. If you look like you’re taking a walk of seasonal shame in your three layers of clothing and unkempt hair, then we are at the same point of imposter spring.
The temperature may be causing you to stress-sweat, but your lack of planning doesn’t have to. I’m here for you with my top 6 social-emotional learning resources to support you through Kindergarten to Grade 3 April lesson planning.
Don’t forget to read through to the end to grab your spring coloring page freebie!
April Showers Craft for Gratitude TPT
These beautiful sun catchers are the perfect way to find a glimpse of gratitude through the gloom. Includes a variety of options that children can choose from to assemble their rainy day craft. All you need to do is add cotton balls and some fishing line!
✓ What others like you are saying: 
"My students loved doing this during our "social group." It required very little prep. They loved the cotton balls too as an added sensory experience. I really enjoyed the colored booklets it came with also!" -Ana
 " One of the best resources I have downloaded on TPT! A must have for teachers!" -Angela

International Day of Pink Activity

Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying Activity for Kids

"Be a buddy, not a bully!" can fall short if our students simply don't know how. This engaging bullying prevention craft and activity set will teach our kids how to stop peace disruptors in their tracks with accessible strategies. Perfect for International Day of Pink which always falls in April.

Mindful Coloring Easter Craft for Kids on Teachers Pay Teachers
Mindfulness is an abstract concept for busy minds and bodies, but we can hone in on the basics for our youngest, early elementary learners by focusing on our five senses. This spring craft includes mindful coloring and the opportunity to reflect on the 5 senses that we love and are grateful for.
Easter Bunny Movement Cards for Kids
One of my favorite brain breaks- this adorable movement activity follows a quirky bunny around on their day-to-day routines. Your child will follow along and do the mini movement break of the day! Guaranteed laughs that I "carrot" wait for you to experience.
✓ What others like you are saying: 
"Awesome resource!" -Ariane
 "These movement breaks are so much fun!" -Christine
Looking for more Easter-themed activities? This movement activity is included in the Social Emotional Learning Easter Bundle
Spring Bulletin Board for Early Elementary Classroom TPT
Bulletin boards can be the bane of our existence- am I right? Although beautiful student work that does, and should, take up most of our learning environments, there is always this pressure to have our own decor as well. I created these gallery wall posters that added the right amount of positivity and growth mindset to our day-to-day endeavors.
Free Spring Coloring Pages for Social Emotional Learning TPT
Give them some spring coloring pages that will support their well-being, through positive self-talk and friendship skills! These are perfect as intentional early finisher activities, as incentives or for mindful entry routines.

Which spring SEL coloring page did your child/ class enjoy the most?

Let me know in the comments below!

Lots of love,

Namaste in School

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