Social-Emotional Apps

  • SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL APPS FOR PARENTS AND TEACHERS

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    Breathe2Relax: Portable stress management tool which provides detailed information o nthe effects of stress on the body and instructions and practice exercises to help users learn the stress management skill called diaphragmatic breathing. Breathing exercises have been documented to decrease the body’s “fight-or-flight” (stress) response, and help with mood stabilization, anger control, and anxiety management.

    Emotions Collection: Acknowledgement of emotions and feelings. For children between 2.5 years and 8 years old. The stories are structured around adventures that Anna and Pete live to recognize, learn and put in practice different feelings such as fear, sadness, happiness or anger.

    Feel Electric!: This is an interactive app for families to share with their children to help them learn about emotions.

    iRewards Chart: Parents Reward Tracker Behavior Chore Chart: This app makes it easy to reward your children for good behavior and keep them motivated. When stars have been earned, your child can pcik from the default list of suggested rewards or you can add your own custom rewards tailored for each of your children.

    Moody Monster Manor: This app is designed to help children learn to recognize emotions. Moody Monster Manor features twenty cartoon monsters that represent emotions that children commonly experience. Some of these include: Ecstatic Ed, Worried Wanda, Sad Sal, and Sorry Simon. Children can also create their own Moody Monsters to represent how they’re feelings.

    Puppet Pals: This app can be used to create social stories. Simply pick out your actors and backdrops, drag them onto the stage and tap record. Your movement will be recorded in real time for playback later.

    Sesame Street: Divorce: This is a resource app for families coping with divorce, which includes tips for parents and caregivers to help their child through this difficult time, as well as art activities to help children cope with their emotions.

    Take a Stand Together: This app was developed my Australian education authorities working together to create safe and supportive school environment free from bullying, harassment and violence.

    The Grouchies: What can you do when the grouchies take hold? How can you keep a bad mood at bay? With funny rhymes and a silly chant, The Grouchies shows kids simple and fun ways to turn around grouchy moods. But most of all, kids will understand how their mood and negativity can affect their families and friends and really get in the way of having a good day. An extensive Note to Parents further explains the child’s experience and provides parents with easy-to-apply tips and tools for helping their kids when a grumpy day comes along.

    Touch & Learn Emotions: Touch and Learn is a powerful new gaming platform that allows you to introduce new concepts in a fun and exciting new way. This app focused on helping kids read body language and understand emotions by looking at gorgeous pictures and figuring out which person is expressing a given emotion.

    Touch & Say: Touch and Say is an activity app for early development in children. Touch and Say provides six activities for your child to practice these basic skills: verbalization, emotion recognition, color recognition, following directives, directed gaze, say the alphabet, count to 10. This app is best used for ages 1 to 4, but may also be used for kindergarten students.

    Zen Space: Create your own Space of Tranquility at this Zen Garden by drawing paths through the sand with different rakes. Realistic looking rocks and leaves allow you to build this space according to your own imagination while enjoying peaceful sounds of nature or your own songs.