The Emotional ABCs Classroom

Emotional ABCs Classroom is a teacher-led, research-based
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum that provides
teachers (K–3) with 20 sequential Workshops, support materials,
and a flexible structure for classroom instruction.

"The structure and pedagogical approach to Emotional ABCs
Classroom is excellent... Any way you choose to use this program
will benefit your students social-emotional knowledge."

"The structure and pedagogical approach to Emotional ABCs Classroom is excellent... Any way you choose to use this program will benefit your students social-emotional knowledge."

See Inside Emotional ABCs Classroom

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Currently FREE for teachers and school
counselors employed full-time by
"brick and mortar" public and private schools

Program Details

  • Curriculum aligns with all 5 of CASEL core competencies
    of Self-Awareness, Social Awareness, Self-Management,
    Responsible Decision Making, and Relationship Building.
  • No teacher training necessary.
  • Uses a flexible Workshop format that easily combines
    with other lesson plans.
  • Related Common Core Standards are listed per Workshop.

Program Details

  • Curriculum aligns with all 5 of CASEL core competencies
    of Self-Awarness, Social Awareness, Self-Managment,
    Responsible Decision Making, and Relationship Building.
  • No teacher training necessary.
  • Uses a flexible Workshop format that easily combines
    with other lesson plans.
  • Related Common Core Standards are listed per Workshop.

Currently FREE for teachers and school counselors employed full-time by "brick and mortar" public and private schools

What Teachers are Saying

Stacey Koff, Assistant Head of School

Stacey Koff

Assistant Head of School


"I love the Emotional ABCs!
It's a simple and fun way for kids
to develop lifelong Emotional
Intelligence habits. Children gain
a lot of confidence when they
know how to handle tough
emotional situations, and I see,
firsthand, how early emotional literacy training helps kids stay
focused in school and feel good
about themselves."

Marco Petruzzi, CEO, Green Dot Public Schools

Marco Petruzzi

CEO, Green Dot Public Schools


"We serve over 10,000 middle
and high school students
in 18 schools. It is so important
for children to develop a healthy
method of dealing with emotional
stress by middle school because
strong teenage emotions can
hijack a child's ability to
maximize his/her learning
potential. Emotional ABC’s
techniques are perfect for kids:
easy to remember, easy to use,
and they work!"

John Reimers, The Brentwood School

John Reimers

The Brentwood School


"I've taught Middle and High
School classes for over 20 years
and I see the huge difference
between kids who have some
emotional literacy skills and the
kids who don’t. Children learn
best when they can regulate
their emotions and the Emotional
ABC’s gives them tools to do so."

What Teachers
are Saying