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ACT & SEL Resources 

As educators, we know that there are countless benefits to creating a nurturing and collaborative environment where SEL is modeled and interwoven into the classroom culture. Lotus Flowers and Superpowers promotes and organically nurtures this conviction through its storyline, metaphors, and experiential and mindfulness exercises that are active and fun.  

 

These extension activities and exercises center around SEL and ACT's six core processes (known as the hexaflex).  Collectively, they combine to help learners reduce psychological rigidity and develop "psychological flexibility," known as "The superpower of mental health and well-being." 

 

Learners develop a different perspective on their thoughts and emotions and how to remain present. How to adapt to life's challenges, take purposeful action even when things are complicated, and stay true to their values - what Fry would refer to as "living with all your heart."                       

For worksheets, exercises, informational packets, games, brain breaks, and printables, please visit:

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Sellers-Im-Following/Add/Sr-Behavioral-Consulting

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Choose What Matters

Let it Be

Stay Here

Notice Yourself 

Do What Matters

Let it Go

* Dr Tamar Black, Educational and Developmental Psychologist and Author, rephrased ACT's six core processes (above) to help children connect and understand them more easily. 

Additional External Links

 

Harris, R. (2019). ACT Made Simple

Harris, R. (2008). The Happiness Trap: 

Dr. Steven Hayes - ACT Toolkit 

Psychological Flexibility -The Science of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 2017

A Non-Technical Overview of ACT - Dr. R Harris 

Accept Identify Move (AIM) SEL Curriculum 

Dr. Jessica Minahan & Dr. Amanda Kelly Podcast - Understanding the Impact of Anxiety on Behavior

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