Dive Deeper into our Picture Books with
Picture books are not only fun to read. They are valuable teaching tools.
Children are faced with more challenges than at any time in history. Mental health has become a leading focus in schools worldwide as depression, anxiety, and behavioral disorders continue to rise while the gap in lack of programs and support grows.
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) has become a trusted approach for educating the whole child, equipping children for success in school and in life. And that’s where the power of story comes in. Stories teach us about life, ourselves, and others in ways facts and figures alone cannot. Lessons learned through story provide a memorable way for students to develop resilience, empathy, and social skills.
At NCYI, we work to create books and resources that help you help kids. From picture books to curriculum, we’re hitting the topics you need most to provide a strong foundation of social emotional learning that can help children overcome challenges and lead fulfilling lives.
We have created Resource Bundles so you can dive deeper into the lessons taught in our picture books. Each of our Resource Bundles contains various activities you can use with children, such as, worksheets, coloring pages, posters, craftivities, and games. An NCYI Exclusive! Check back often for new sets.
We have Resource Bundles for the following titles:
- A Flicker of Hope
- ABC Worry Free
- Be Where Your Feet Are
- Be Your Own Hero
- Coding Capers
- Deployment: One of Our Pieces is Missing
- I Have Ants in My Pants
- I’m Stretched
- Marcy’s Having All the Feels
- My Fantabulous Brain
- Positive Behavior Principles
- Seraphina Does Everything
- Teach Skills and Break Habits
- There’s No Dream Too Tall
- The Awfulizer
- Worry Says What
- Your Happy Heart
Resource Bundles are downloadable PDFs. You will have immediate access to download the bundles once your order is complete. A link will also be included in your confirmation email. Save the PDF for future use. You may not share a resource bundle with your school or district. It may only be used with your students and class.