The Allstate Foundation champions SEL and service-learning programs to ensure youth reach their full potential and have the power to build the just, equitable and healthy world we all deserve.
For Younger Students (PK – Grade 4)
These SEL Activities Are Great for Incorporating Into Your Day
Explore these ready-to-teach activities from Soar with Wings that build social and emotional skills. Try the “Inner Strength” lesson to help students investigate the connection between inner strength and making good choices.
How to Apply SEL to Today’s Biggest Challenges
This weekly webinar series from CASEL explores how SEL can support educators, students and families during challenging times.
These Fun Games Keep Everyone Active
Need a group game for 30 kindergarteners, indoors, in a pinch? You’ll find hundreds of games from Playworks by group size, available space and equipment, and developmental skill. Plus, these games build key SEL skills like teamwork and communication.
For Older Students (Grade 5 – 12)
Want to bring SEL to the virtual classroom? This guide can help
Use this Team Meeting Guide to start a discussion with your colleagues about integrating SEL into the virtual classroom.
Teach Teens a Process that Helps Them Make Better Choices
This decision-making process is easy for teens to remember when its time to make a choice, large or small.
This Poster Helps Teens Practice Life Skills
Practice at tasks like making phone calls and asking for detailed information build important skills in teens, like problem solving and communication.
Set Goals That Promote SEL Skills with Students
Use this goal-setting kit to teach social and emotional skills. Students develop goals and work to reach them.
Lesson Plans That Teach Kids to Become Upstanders (Plus Free Posters)
Creating an Upstander culture in your school means explicitly teaching kindness, empathy, and understanding. These practical lessons help students develop and practice these skills.
Readings That Address Identity and Belonging in the Classroom
Help your students think critically about civil rights and humanity issues facing society today.
For Younger Students (PK – Grade 4)
Build SEL Skills Whenever You Spend Time with Your Kids
Here are several activities that help you transform dinner or play time into a way to build social and emotional skills that benefit your children in the long run.
Storytelling to Help Kids (and Grown-Ups!) Stand Up Against Racism
Each episode features lively characters and fun stories to help kids and grown-ups develop a detailed understanding of crucial anti-racism concepts like identity, diversity, justice, injustice, and activism.
This Free Mindfulness App for Families Helps Manage Big Emotions
The stressors in our lives are growing. Reduce family stress with guided breathing and relaxation exercises. This app can also improve learning for kids who use it daily.
For Older Students (Grade 5-12)
Free Parent Guide: How to Help Teens Build Life Skills for Success
In English and Spanish, this guide gives you practical ways to connect with your teen—from practicing self-awareness to building relationship skills.
Help Teens Build Resiliency by Creating a Bullet Journal
A bullet journal is a great way to track daily choices—from drinking water to connecting with friends. Check out these free bullet journal pages to help teens set and reach goals.
Free 4-H Activities So You Can Stop Hearing, “I’m Bored!”
4-H is widely known for helping introduce kids to community service. This site gives you free activities to get kids of all ages excited about learning and giving back.