A great tool for kindergarteners and first grade students, this social emotional worksheet will help children begin to understand others (friends, classmates, family members) and consider different perspectives.
In this colorful worksheet geared toward kindergarteners and first graders, young social emotional learners practice mindfulness and self-awareness by brainstorming and drawing all the things they are grateful for.
This groovy finger painting worksheet invites young artists to explore finger painting to music. This mindful movement activity is fun way to build social emotional skills in kindergarteners and first graders.
In this beautifully illustrated worksheet, young learners will gain important social emotional skills, such as self-awareness and self-management, as they identify and draw things that help them feel both happy and calm.
In this social emotional learning worksheet, young learners are guided to write words of support—love, apologize, accept, listen, breathe—on a the fingers of a hand to remind them how to forgive others.
In this social emotional worksheet for kindergarteners and first graders, children will engage in mindfulness practice, noticing their thoughts as they come and go. Then they will draw a picture of one of their thoughts in the bubble.
This social emotional learning worksheet guides students to create an emotions journal cover to place on a notebook and includes a prompt for students to complete a drawing on the first page of their new journal.
Great for building social emotional skills and self-awareness in kindergarteners and first graders, this worksheet will help learners uncover what it means to be true to themselves and celebrate the things they love through drawing and introspection.
This mindfulness worksheet builds important social emotional skills while getting your child excited about helping others. This resource helps your child reflect on how they might feel by lending a helping hand in two scenarios.
This social emotional learning worksheet includes one page for each letter of the acronym THINK, which young learners will decorate, cut out, and hang up to create a banner to remember to THINK before they speak.
Kindergarten Social Studies Worksheets and Printables
Transport kindergarten students through local communities, across the United States, and around the world with our social studies worksheets. These social studies worksheets explore community helpers and workers, transportation, U.S. presidents, international flags, customs, and symbols. Kindergarten students can also gain practice using a Venn diagram to sort objects according to their use in the past and present.