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Sanford Harmony Curriculum

4th Street Early Education Center utilizes the Sanford Harmony social-emotional learning curriculum in an effort to reduce bullying, strengthen communication skills, and embrace diversity in the classroom.

Through research-backed strategies, engaging stories, and interactive lessons, students are taught the importance of empathy, building strong relationships, increasing self-confidence, and more.

What is Social Emotional Learning?

Social emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary for being a healthy adult. This includes problem-solving skills, as well as teaching kids to embrace diversity and build healthy relationships that will last well into adulthood.

Sanford Harmony can be easily incorporated into lesson plans in as little as five minutes a day, and is aligned with Common Core state standard, national, and district learning initiatives.

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