Effective SEL Lesson to Instill Love of Learning in Pre-K

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Effective SEL Lesson to Instill Love of Learning in Pre-K

The minds of pre-kindergartners are like sponges, ready to absorb everything they encounter! It’s an incredible time for growth and development, and every new experience provides access to the vast world around them. In this lesson, pre-kindergartners realize that they are becoming smarter and more capable as they keep learning new things. It provides them with internal satisfaction and they are motivated to learn some more!

This lesson teaches pre-kindergartners that learning to do new things is a positive action that helps their mind grow smarter. It is complete with teaching materials that make the learning experience fun and effective.

"Learning new things is an intellectual positive action that guides the students through self-discovery."

A puppet show that pre-kindergartners find engaging starts this lesson. It features the beloved hedgehog puppets, Squeak and Mimi, talking about the new things that they have learned.

After the puppet play, Professor Socks joins the class, through a visual aid, to help the students learn something new and cool. With their fun discussion, the students learn more about the things around them and this makes them feel better about themselves. They promise to continue learning new things, then they mark their names on their Positive Behavior Chart. The lesson ends with a class recognition of positive behavior through reading the ICU messages from the ICU Doing Something Positive box.

Learning new things is an intellectual positive action that guides the students through self-discovery. By learning more about themselves and the things around them, they sharpen their minds and unlock their full potential. This is a good practice for improving their intellectual health.

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