SEL Scenes for Elementary - Be Strong

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Nine short scenes and discussion questions based on SEL concepts of Responsibility, Perseverance, and Courage. Perfect to use in class with ages 6-11.

Drama classrooms are a natural environment for SEL (Social Emotional Learning). Use these nine short scenes to explore what it means to “Be Strong” through the concepts of:


Each scene is intended to be a conversation starter and includes discussion questions to ask your students. Great for ages 6-11.

Example of a scene about courage:
No Trespassing

A. Are you coming with us?

B. The sign says, “No Trespassing.”

A. I know, but we are just going to take a quick look.

B. I don’t think it’s a good idea.

A. Are you afraid?

B. I just don’t want to get in trouble.

A. Nobody will even know.

B. It might not be safe.

A. Fine. You stay here. We’re going.

Example of a discussion question about courage:

Have you ever been the only one who followed the rules?

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