Printed & Folded SEL Brochures Upper Elementary 25 X 27 topics

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You are PRE-ordering a bundle of printed and shipped Social Emotional Learning Brochures. 27 topics - 25 of each topic are folded, printed and shipped to you.

This waiting list is limited to 50 customers (U.S. only at this time.)

The order is in pre-production. You will get updates as items are printed and processed.

Perfect for individual School Counseling support while the counselor is away. Post them in the cafeteria, hallways, office or anywhere your students can self serve their SEL needs until they can see the Counselor.

School Counselors are raving about being able to serve more students in less time.

This time saving bundle includes:

27 Topics

Printed & Folded

Tri-Fold 8.5" X 11"

Shrink Wrapped into Packs of 25 

Ideal age range is 3rd-6th but can be used for 2nd-8th.

(Brochures only, holders not included. Comes shrink wrapped in packs of 25)

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Topics included

Anxiety / Worry:

  • Students learn coping skills for anxiety and worry.


  • Students will work on friendship skills and learn the difference between healthy and unhealthy friends.


  • Students will build their emotional intelligence by reviewing feelings vocabulary words and how they affect the body.

Growth Mindset:

  • Students will learn the difference between a growth mindset and a fixed mindset and apply it to their own lives.


  • Students learn to reduce stress through the circle of control and other examples.


  • Students learn to build their confidence by finding their strengths and reviewing the habits of people with high self esteem.


  • Students work on anger management activities and review tips for coping skills for anger.


  • Students review ways to react, report and define bullying.

Test Prep:

  • Students learn coping skills for test anxiety and how to confidently prepare for upcoming tests including test-taking strategies.

SMART Goals:

  • Students create specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and timely goals and how to make goal setting a habit for their academic success.

Personal Hygiene:

  • Students review healthy hygiene habits including a list of helpful hygiene products for kids and tweens.


  • Students learn to navigate family changes and tips for using their voice to express their needs to others.


  • Students learn to face their emotions and work through the feelings associated with grief and loss.


  • Students work on celebrating differences and appreciating the things that make everyone unique through empathy-building activities.

Coping Skills:

  • Students work on coping skills for overwhelming feelings that can be used daily and throughout life.


  • Students learn to respect self, others and things/property.

Giving an Apology:

  • Students work on their apology skills with an easy to follow template.


  • Students learn the health benefits of gratitude and how to apply it to their daily life.

Good Choices for a Healthy Life:

  • Students assess their current choices and discover a long list of healthy life choices that they can begin to use in their daily life.


  • Students distinguish between playful and hurtful teasing.

Breathing Strategies:

  • Students practice easy to follow breathing strategies that they can use when they are angry, sad or overwhelmed.

Automatic Negative Thoughts:

  • Students define automatic negative thoughts and learn to use coping strategies and positive self-talk to challenge and overcome them.

Social Skills:

  • Students review basic social skills through scenarios and examples.

I-statements for conflict resolution:

  • Students learn how to manage conflict by using i-messages through role-play and example scenarios.


  • Students practice empathy building skills.

Confidence & "Comparison is the Thief of Joy":

  • Students work on self-confidence by learning to compare their own progress, rather than comparing to the progress of others.

Healthy Boundaries with Peers and Family:

  • Students learn to create boundaries that protect their mental health without hurting their relationships with others.