SEL Curriculum For Students

Unlock the full potential of your students with Strobel Education's comprehensive SEL Curriculum.

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Premade SEL Curriculum Videos & Lessons

Without effective social and emotional learning, students may struggle with self-regulation, empathy, and interpersonal skills, leading to a classroom environment that hampers personal growth and academic success. Educators risk burnout as they strive to meet these needs without the proper tools.

At Strobel Education, we understand the hurdles of balancing academic rigor with the essential development of social and emotional skills. Our SEL Curriculum is meticulously crafted to intertwine happiness research, growth mindsets, and positive psychology into your teaching—without adding to your workload. 

With our premade video lessons and comprehensive lesson plans, you have the flexibility to deliver SEL education your way. The videos can be implemented immediately in your classroom or you can download the lesson plans and teach each module yourself. Each lesson is paired with immersive student activities designed to anchor the learning experience, ensuring students practice and internalize essential life skills. Embrace the ease of use and watch as your classroom transforms into a haven for personal growth, where every student is equipped to navigate the complexities of emotions and relationships. 

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Select and purchase the SEL Curriculum with a simple, secure transaction. Gain immediate access to a rich library of premade videos and lesson plans.


Effortlessly integrate the curriculum into your daily teaching with engaging content & enriching activities that bring social and emotional learning to life.


Watch as students engage, thrive, and grow—their success becomes your success.

The Social & Emotional Video Library

Over 50 social and emotional ready-made lessons on-demand, and all at your disposal. Or download the PDF lesson plan and teach it yourself. 

Downloadable Mini-Lessons

Want to teach the lesson yourself? Each lesson plan follows the 4 Steps to An Effective Mini-Lesson format. Just download and follow the script or make it yours!

Student Activities for Each Lesson

Each lesson has a writing in response to reading, graphic organizer, reflection questions, or journal prompt so students can actually apply what we are teaching them.  


Lesson Topics Include: 

Course Breakdown

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Take A Look Inside The Strobel Education Social and Emotional Curriculum For Students

Unit 1 - Cultivating Happiness

Grades K-5

  • Lesson 1: Because I’m happy! Understanding Happiness Research
  • Lesson 2: The Power of Positive Thinking
  • Lesson 3: Say What You Want, I Think It’s All Beautiful: The Joy List

Grades 6 - 12

  • Lesson 1: Whoa! I feel good! Understanding Happiness Research
  • Lesson 2: Good Vibes Only! The Power of Positive Thinking
  • Lesson 3: Here Comes the Sun! The Joy List

Unit 2 - Practicing Gratitude

Grades K-5

  • Lesson 1: I am grateful! The Attitude of Gratitude
  • Lesson 2: Oh! What a Wonderful Feeling! Practicing the Attitude of Gratitude
  • Lesson 3: The Composition of Gratitude: Keeping a Gratitude Journal
  • Lesson 4: Sending Good Vibes! Expressing Gratitude
  • Lesson 5: Mantras! Gratitude Mindset

Grades 6 - 12

  • Lesson 1: A-O-K: Attitude of Gratitude
  • Lesson 2: Attitude of Gratitude: Keeping a Gratitude Journal
  • Lesson 3: Spread the Love! Showing Gratitude Towards Others

Unit 3 - Positive Affirmations

Grades K-5

  • Lesson 1: Can’t Stop the Feeling! Changing Negative Thoughts to Positive Thoughts
  • Lesson 2: The Power of Positive Thinking
  • Lesson 3: Say What You Want, I Think It’s All Beautiful: The Joy List

Grades 6 - 12

  • Lesson 1: Whoa! I feel good! Understanding Happiness Research
  • Lesson 2: I am kind! I am smart! I am important! Using Positive Affirmations
  • Lesson 3: Positive Actions and Positive Affirmations

Unit 4 - Growth vs. Fixed Mindset

Grades K-5

  • Lesson 1: No Regrets! Turning Mistakes into a Growth Mindset
  • Lesson 2: I Know I Can! The Power of Yet with a Growth Mindset
  • Lesson 3: I can and I will! Setting Goals with a Growth Mindset

Grades 6 - 12

  • Lesson 1: Don’t Stop Believin’! Keeping a Growth Mindset!
  • Lesson 2: Engage your brain! Neuroplasticity and the Growth Mindset
  • Lesson 3: The Limit does not Exist! Setting Long Term Goals with a Growth Mindset

Unit 5 - Positive Perspective

Grades K-5

  • Lesson 1: Walking on Sunshine! The Power of Positive Perspective!
  • Lesson 2: What a Wonderful World! Finding the Beauty
  • Lesson 3: I’ll be Happy When… Positive Perspective Now!

Grades 6 - 12

  • Lesson 1: I Can See Clearly Now! The Power of a Positive Perspective
  • Lesson 2: My Journey, My Story! A Positive Perspective and Our Lives
  • Lesson 3: Don’t Stop Me Now! Positive Perception of Self

Unit 6 - Mindfulness Techniques

Grades K-5

  • Lesson 1: Calm, Cool, and Collected! What is Mindfulness?
  • Lesson 2: Move and Groove! Using Movement as a Mindfulness Technique
  • Lesson 3: Breathe in the Positive!

Grades 6 - 12

  • Lesson 1: I am here for it! Exploring Mindfulness
  • Lesson 2: Mindfulness through Movement
  • Lesson 3: Mindfulness Challenge! Developing a Mindfulness Plan

Unit 7 - Random Acts of Kindness

Grades K-5

  • Lesson 1: It’s Cool to be Kind! What is Kindness?
  • Lesson 2: Pay it Forward! Showing Kindness to Others
  • Lesson 3: I Promise to Put Myself First! Kindness Towards Ourselves

Grades 6 - 12

  • Lesson 1: The Science of Kindness
  • Lesson 2: Philanthropy: Showing Kindness to Others
  • Lesson 3: Self-Care is Not Selfish! Showing Kindness Towards Yourself
Kim Strobel 2023-194

You WILL get results. Promise.

I’m Kim, and I founded Strobel Education in 2015.

As a former teacher turned speaker and happiness coach, I have always wanted my students to achieve academic excellence. But I also wanted my students to leave my classroom and be “good at life”.

Throughout my decades of experience, I worked hard to deliver Social and Emotional Curriculum lessons to my students.

As teachers, we are guides in both our students’ academic and personal development. We witness our students’ personal growth, struggles, and successes as they learn how to appropriately manage behavior, emotions, and relationships.

And all the while, we are trying to maintain our own well-being and workloads, which can leave us feeling defeated.

The SEL Curriculum provides both teachers and students with guided instruction to develop positive social and emotional well-being within the classroom.

It includes daily mini-lessons to support students’ social and emotional development in students’ perspectives, self-efficacy, gratitude, kindness, and mindfulness.


Kim Strobel

Founder, Strobel Education

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Frequently Asked Questions About SEL Curriculum

The SEL Curriculum can be integrated into existing lesson plans by using our flexible resources designed to complement any subject area. You can start a class with an SEL mini-lesson, incorporate the activities into your existing curriculum, or use the videos and materials as standalone lessons to address specific social-emotional skill areas.

Our SEL Curriculum resources are versatile and cater to a broad range of age groups, with tailored content appropriate for students in kindergarten through high school. Each lesson plan is crafted to resonate with the developmental stage of the respective age group it serves.

Absolutely. The SEL Curriculum is thoughtfully created for adaptability in any teaching environment, including remote and hybrid classrooms. The on-demand videos and downloadable lesson plans are highly suitable for virtual learning platforms and can be shared easily with students in any setting.

Strobel Education offers robust educator support for implementing SEL through accessible customer service, professional development workshops, coaching, and online courses. Educators are equipped with the tools and knowledge to effectively bring SEL into their classrooms.

Yes, there is a growing body of evidence demonstrating the positive impact of SEL programs on student well-being. Research indicates that SEL not only supports students’ social and emotional health but also leads to improved academic performance and better classroom behavior.

With the SEL Curriculum, you can expect to see students who are more engaged, emotionally aware, and equipped with coping mechanisms to handle stress. You will likely also observe improvements in classroom climate, student relationships, and a general increase in empathy and resilience among your students.

The SEL Curriculum can be customized to fit your school’s specific needs by selecting the lessons and activities that align with your educational goals and the unique challenges your students face.