Building a foundation of well-being

With the WE Schools Well-being program at the Grades SK to 3 level, we can build the foundation for a new generation to become active citizens who care. Activities are grounded in service learning combined with social and emotional learning. Below, you'll find free resources to help you bring well-being into your classroom, including lesson plans, teacher training and videos to help you.


Lesson plans and resources

Foundational Module
Foundational Module
Foundational Module

Start with this module to develop a supportive, caring classroom for students.

Foundational Module
Foundational Module
Foundational Module

Start with this module to develop a supportive, caring classroom for students.

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WE Well-being Lessons 1 - 15

Download lessons that bring social and emotional learning and mental health literacy into the classroom.

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WE Well-being Lessons 1 - 15

Download lessons that bring social and emotional learning and mental health literacy into the classroom.

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Deeper Dives

Help your students take a deeper dive into key topics affecting their well-being.

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Deeper Dives

Help your students take a deeper dive into key topics affecting their well-being.


Teacher Training Videos

Just for educators, we’ve created a series of training videos to help you support your students. Develop your skills around well-being and learn how to take action for mental health with your class.

Lessons 1-4: Introduction, mindfulness, intentions
Lessons 5-7: Gratitude
Lessons 8-9: Empathy & compassion
Lessons 10-13: Altruism
Lessons 14-15: Resilience
SEL & Service learning
Dr. Mark Greenberg on Service-Learning

WE Schools Well-being programs

From curriculum to an online training platform, our programming empowers educators with the tools to teach well-being. Our goal is to help them promote well-being and foster caring classrooms in order to support their students. With the right tools, educators can develop their skills and capacity to lead youth and those around them to take action on this important topic.