Free Teacher Premium Single User Premium Group

Premium Group

CASEL designated Select Program

The Premium Group Subscription, purchased per classroom, adds Second and Third-Year Workshops+ curriculums to our one-year Free Teacher materials and also adds up to 30 Individual Student Sign Ins and 2 instructor accounts with account/classroom management capabilities per Classroom.

The Workshops+ curriculums review and build on the foundational SEL competencies of the 1st year curriculum and expand SEL lessons to include the skills of Initiative, Persistence, Empathy, Self-care, Growth mindset, and Collective well-being.

Our Workshops+ curriculums are designed as a consecutive three-year program specifically built for grades 1, 2, and 3. However, schools can and do use the program for other grade pairings depending on their specific needs.

In addition to resources within the Free Teacher curriculum, the Premium Single User materials include Year 2 and Year 3 Workshop PDFs and materials, Classroom Workbooks for practicing basic skills and Premium printables for all 3 years of the curriculum as well as expanded School-to-Home SEL materials.


  • With 30 Student Sign-Ins Per Classroom, teachers and school counselors can create individual interactive online assignments for students to do at school or home. This allows for small group break-out assignment opportunities, coordinated use of the program between teachers and counselors, and an opportunity for students to access and review the program on their own.
  • Teacher and Administrator panels allow for school-wide SEL implementation and individual and school-wide progress tracking.
  • Easy QR Code sign-ins on multiple devices create quick student access. The ability to Unlock/Lock individual student curriculums supports teacher and parent management of individual student progress.
  • Shared logins with Parents simplify parent-teacher SEL communication, parent involvement in student progress, and facilitate shared school-to-home SEL instruction.

Classroom Management Infrastructure

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Account Administrators, Educators, School Counselors, and others can add/edit users, invite students and parents for at-home use, monitor individual student progress, and lock/unlock individual student accounts

Year 1 Curriculum Resource Examples

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Children learn how to define an emotion, observe their own and others’ emotional responses, and use an expanded emotional vocabulary to tell stories.

Students use non-verbal face and body language and sensations to interpret their own and others’ emotions. Also, students learn methods of purposeful breathing.

Students are introduced and learn how to use the self-management skills represented by the Emotional ABCs Toolbar.

The Unit introduces the Playbook, which presents choices of action to use when trying to make responsible decisions.

Year 2 Curriculum Resource Examples

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Unit A reviews and expands Year 1 emotional skills including the Emotional ABCs Toolbar, expanded vocabulary, and the Playbook.

Unit B inspires students to independently shape their own identities and envision their most powerful selves by learning skills to create and maintain optimal mental, emotional, and physical environments.

Students review Self-Management skills, observe the consequences of unthoughtful reactions, and focus on skills that help strengthen persistence and empathy.

Students recognize their own power to shape their identities and communities while practicing self-management, imagination, persistence, and sensitivity to others’ emotions.

Year 3 Curriculum Resource Examples

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Unit A helps teachers evaluate students’ retention of Years 1 and 2 emotional and social skills.

Knowing how to face inevitable setbacks and reframe perceived failures gives students the opportunity to develop a hopeful growth mindset.

Students develop careful listening skills and learn the value of listening to someone else’s story.

Previously learned skills can now support more complex social decision-making tasks such as building an inclusive community and learning how to cooperate with others for a common goal.