Language Arts Correlations Look Inside Lulu, the piglet, is too shy to sing or speak in public, but when a mouse overhears her singing alone in a barn, he encourages her to keep singing. The mouse offers ideas for overcoming shyness. Social and emotional learning concepts include fear of speaking to others and learning how to make friends.
The MySELF Bookshelf series is a delightful collection of illustrated stories that encourage social awareness, self-worth, and strong relationships with family and friends. These have been found to be key components in developing social and emotional learning skills at a young age. Children need to value themselves before they can truly value others. The stories in the self-worth set help children to make good decisions, to be confident, and to cope with fear, anger, sadness or negative feelings. Internationally recognized early reading author Joy Cowley served as the language arts consultant on this series designed to help develop social and emotional learning through thoughtful text and beautiful illustration. Each book contains a note to caregivers, a story coaching letter, and an online reader’s theater. Aligns with Common Core Language Arts Anchor Standards for Language Arts while teaching social and emotional learning concepts.