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Bloom Your Room The Full-Color BOOK is HERE!

Teachers who had read Bloom reached out asking us to provide social-emotional literacy tools for the classroom. Having read research regarding the importance of developing kindness, empathy, and social connections throughout childhood they weren’t clear on what to say, think and do.  

So we made a beautiful art collection you can hang in your room with activities to bring the conversation about kindness to your students. Learning to be kind, empathic and respectful to oneself and to others are meaningful social-emotional skills that serve children well into adulthood.

Explore our hand-drawn social-emotional literacy art collection, you hang in your classroom, school, office or home. The posters and activities are designed to encourage conversations and acts of #kindness and #SEL through art and music. 

Take a peek inside – Our NEW Bloom Your Room Art & Activity Book

Bloom Your Room™ is the first social-emotional skill development program delivered as an art collection of printable and postable graphics, classroom activities and social-emotional development tips that enhance social-emotional literacy inspiring children to experience kindness and empathy in their relationships with their friends, peers, teachers and school personnel. 

Created by pediatric psychologist, Dr. Lynne Kenney and illustrated by Meg Garcia, the art and activities have the vital information you need as an elementary school teacher (ages 4-10) to improve your classroom’s social learning environment, for the benefit of all.

Join us for conversations about improving #SEL and #EF skills in classrooms HERE.

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