Inclusion Videos for Students at the Elementary Level in 2024

If you are an elementary teacher looking for inclusion videos for students, then you found the right place! Videos are a great way to teach social emotional learning skills at the elementary level. They provide both an engaging and informative experience for students to learn about social emotional learning skills. Students love learning in this format! Check out three great inclusion videos for students below!

3 Inclusion Videos for Elementary Students

Below are 3 quality videos for teaching your elementary students about inclusion. Watch them below!

1. Include Others Video

This video captures kids sharing times they weren’t included and brainstorming ways to do better to include people. After watching the video, invite students to share times they weren’t included and how it  made them feel. Follow it up with a class discussion about ways to include everyone. This video is 6 minutes and 9 seconds long. View it below!

2. 7 Habits of Including Others Video

This video gives students different scenarios that do and do not include inclusion. First, pause at :28 and ask the question on screen. Next, pause at 1:22 and ask the question on screen. Then, pause at 2:15 and ask the question on screen. After watching, ask students to review what habits were used in the video. This video is 3 minutes and 34 seconds long. Watch it below!

3. Sesame Street Inclusion Video

This is a Sesame Street short video with Mila Kunis about inclusion. Sesame Street did it again! This is another great video to add to your collection. After watching the video, ask your students how the characters felt when they were included. This video is 1 minute and 42 seconds long. Check it out below!

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In closing, we hope you found these 3 inclusion videos for students helpful! Your students will love them! They are a great way to engage your students while learning about this important social emotional learning skill. If you enjoyed this post, then you may also be interested in these other posts about social emotional learning.

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