Enhance Social and Emotional Learning with Music!

Developing social and emotional skills can lead to huge benefits for students, teachers, families, and the larger community.

Your QuaverMusic curriculum resources include a number of   songs and activities to help emphasize SEL skills with your students. Have you explored these songs yet in your classroom?

Visit ClassPlay to search for the following songs:

  • “How I’m Feeling Today”- Use this song to help students identify and communicate their feelings.
  • “Show Me How You’re Feeling”- Once a feeling is identified, can your students demonstrate what it looks like?
  • “I Believe In You”- Based on the story of “The Little Engine That Could,” this song encourages students with the idea that they can do anything. As Dolly Parton sings, “I believe in you!
  • “Happy”- This familiar tune by Pharrell Williams is fun to sing and dance to! It also encourages students to explore what happiness means to them.
  • “Write It Down”- This song includes great tips to help students be organized and responsible.
  • “Take the Time To Be Kind”- Emphasize the importance of kindness in the classroom, and beyond, with this beautiful song.
  • “Everything Is Better”- A song to teach students the importance of working together!

And finally, hop over to Resource Manager and search “He Had a Dream” to find an additional Quaver original piece. This song highlights Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s character, beliefs, and contributions to the social justice movement.

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How will you use these songs in your classroom? 

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