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Breathe, Think, Do: FREE App to Teach Students Calming Strategies

Breathe, Think, Do: FREE App to Teach Students Calming Strategies

Sesame Street teaches children the Breathe, Think, Do method for solving problems with their FREE app. Children tap and touch to help the monster friend take deep breaths, think of plans, and try them out! My students enjoy the silly animations and playful interactions as they are exposed to important emotional vocabulary, a calm breathing technique, and personalized encouragements. The app also features tips and strategies for parents! The app is best suited for Pre-K through Early Elementary.

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Scott Carchedi is the founder and co-editor of SSWN. Scott provides technology support and consultative services to number of school social work associations throughout the US. Scott is also a practicing school social worker in the western suburbs of Chicago, serving grades 8-12.

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