Social-Emotional Learning

Social-Emotional Learning:
Is Your Child Struggling?

Worried your child is struggling with their social skills or emotional well-being?

You are NOT alone!

Child psychologists say many kids have lost formative social experiences due to pandemic shutdowns, disruptions, and isolation.

In fact, there has been a 21% rise in child anxiety*!

Children are struggling with:

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Decision-Making Skills

Relationship Skills
Conflict Resolution
Healthy Friendships

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Emotional Regulation
Anger Management
Stress Mitigation

Social Awareness
Respectful Interactions

Improved Behavior
Reduced Anxiety

Normalizing Mental Health and Self-Care for Children

As adults, we often struggle to navigate stressful situations, deal with anxiety, overcome challenges, and model self-awareness and self-care. So how do we teach our children to handle these stressors and express their emotions?

It’s time for a parent toolbox to help you!

Schoolio's SEL Program For Parents

They say parenting doesn’t come with directions. Neither did a pandemic!! Our kids need social-emotional learning now more than ever.

Don’t be nervous to teach your child SEL- we’ve equipped you with everything you need to guide conversations and learn together!

By teaching SEL, you show your child that mental well-being should be a priority, that hard problems can be solved, and that you can work together to overcome challenges— lessons they will carry with them their whole lives, in the classroom, at work, and at home.

Thoughts & Feelings: Learning to Manage How I Think and Feel (Social-Emotional Learning) $19.00

What Do You Get With Schoolio’s SEL Program?

Watch Your Child Improve!

Choose a Better Future for Your Child

With Schoolio SEL, you are better equipping your child for the challenges they will face in life. Start now to prepare them for tomorrow!

5 Signs Your Child Is Struggling Emotionally

Having a thorough understanding of our children is something we pride ourselves on as parents. Interests, likes, dislikes, strengths, and weaknesses. It is also important to keep an eye on our children’s emotional and mental health, which is why you need to know these 5 emotional signs your child is experiencing.

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Professional Reviews

Mental health has never been more critical, and our youth need tools to navigate challenges. When Covid-19 dramatically changed the world and how we live, 93% of parents felt unprepared to meet the growing social and emotional needs and struggles of their child.

Social-Emotional Curriculum for Parents and Kids

Whether your child is homeschooled, doing online school, or attending in-person classes this year, parents need to play a critical role in the development of their children. Alongside academics, “social and emotional learning” or “emotional intelligence”, including character development and interpersonal skills, cannot be a forgotten piece of their education.


The Schoolio SEL program helps children to understand themselves, and to self-reflect on their strengths and weaknesses, behavior, and self-esteem.

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The Schoolio SEL program helps children develop important interpersonal skills, so they are able to build long-lasting, healthy friendships, handle challenging social situations, and solve conflicts in a peaceful manner.


The Schoolio SEL program teaches kids the foundational character skills we all hope to encourage in our children- resiliency, independence, perseverance, trustworthiness, honesty, responsibility, accountability, and leadership.


The Schoolio SEL program gives kids real, concrete tools and strategies that they can learn and practice their entire lives! Skills like developing a growth mindset, reframing negative thoughts, anger and stress management, inclusivity and empathy, teamwork and collaboration, and exercises for grounding, centering, and calming when things are challenging help children to be in control of their emotions and behavior.