Lesson Supports: Creativity, Cognitive Flexibility, Imaginative Play
Creativity is the cornerstone for countless valuable skills. When students are encouraged to explore, play, and engage in creative endeavors, they can practice emotional regulation, problem solving, and cognitive flexibility. With creativity at the center of Dragon’s lessons, this unit plan empowers students to work with together with peers and build skills to support friendship and social communication.
Students will learn:
To identify how they like to be creative.
How to work with others in a group setting.
Ways of practicing social communication with peers.
As a Special Education Teacher and Marriage and Family Therapist, we started Slumberkins to bring social-emotional learning into as many homes and schools as possible, beginning with tools for the family and expanding our approach to support the home-school connection.