The way our communities learn is changing faster than ever.
Harmony brings evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL) resources to educators, students, and families at no cost. Our innovative online tools support SEL as educators and families navigate distance learning, modified classroom protocols, and hybrid classes. Provide inclusive, whole-child education with Harmony.
Step-by-Step Lesson Plans
Adaptable Teaching Tools
Online & Printer-Friendly
Each pathway makes social and emotional learning approachable and accessible for every school community and home school setting with tools that adapt to virtual, in-person, and hybrid classrooms. Expand the tabs below to explore Harmony’s remote learning resources.
SEL For Educators
Harmony Distance Learning Guide
SEL Support for Educators in Multiple Learning Environments
SEL For Families
Harmony at Home
Learning Tools & SEL for Parents, Caregivers, & Families
Harmony at Home is an online toolkit that helps parents, caregivers, and families practice vital social and emotional skills with students in grades pre-K–6. This toolkit empowers families who are learning at home or in modified school settings with the evidence-based strategies that Harmony and Inspire have developed for classroom teachers.
Get started with user-friendly support for SEL at home:
- Introduction to SEL
- Harmony Everyday Practices
- Adapted grade-specific lessons
- Access to live implementation training webinars
- Recommended on-demand webinars
- Additional resources for families
Access SEL support that empowers families who are schooling at home to:
Facilitate pre-planned lessons
Enjoy Harmony activities as a family
Build strong relationships at home
Access Inspire teaching tools
Practice self-care for all ages
Why Choose Harmony?
Harmony offers social and emotional learning resources for teachers, administrators, program managers, and families at no cost. The Online Learning Portal empowers users to drive inclusive social and emotional development for Pre-K–6 students through lessons, activities, stories, songs, and games. Learn how you can equip students with the skills to connect and communicate with peers, manage their feelings, think critically, and grow into caring and compassionate adults.