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Help your child (and you) become calm, confident and connected!

A guide for busy parents to help your child with:

  • Listening, communication, and relationship skills to build meaningful connections
  • Navigating transitions, boundaries and trying new things
  • Awareness and identification of sensations and emotions and develop strategies for regulation
  • Developing tools for attention, planning, organizing, and other executive functioning skills to help your child meet their goals
  • Building resilience, problem-solving skills so that they can thrive

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Some great inside information about the book you don’t want to miss!

This book has over 200 activities and suggestions that you can do with your child to...

  • Build awareness of and navigate their social world based on interests and desires
  • Be mindful and connect with you and others in meaningful ways
  • Understand and identify emotions in themselves and others
  • Focus on their strengths and interests to build confidence and have fun!

Your child is great!

You are a great parent!

And there is no guidebook to help you connect deeply with your child so that you can have a true influence on their development of critical social-emotional skills such as understanding and figuring out their internal sensations, emotions, and thoughts or how to feel comfortable and navigate daily social situations. Traditional parenting books don’t address the root causes or provide suggestions that help with your child’s needs—or yours.

The good news is that there is a lot you can do without adding on more to your busy life!

Make Social and Emotional Learning Stick: Practical activities to help your child manage emotions, navigate social situations & reduce anxiety, the book, provides simple and fun activities to add right into your daily life. There is no fuss or stress when you get the tools you need to use during everyday activities to help your child grow and be happy.

All you need is yourself, your child, and your daily routines and interactions.

MAKE SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING STICK! broken down into THREE SECTIONS for easy organization:

Introduction with an overview of what is involved with social and emotional learning and the W.I.S.E model for a pathway to help you on your parenting journey.

OVER 200 activities to use in your daily environments:

  • Home
  • Community
  • Holidays and special events
  • Bridging home and school

The last section provides 15 research-based learning strategies to help you take advantage of the daily interactions you have with your child to practice skills in real time such as:

  • Understanding your child’s sensitivities
  • How to incorporate mindfulness
  • How to model and prime your child for success
  • Boosting situational and social awareness
  • Building perspective taking


Take a peek inside the color version of Make Social & Emotional Learning Stick.


The “Make Social and Emotional Learning Stick book and card decks are both recipients of the prestigious Mom’s Choice Award®


The Mom’s Choice Award evaluates products and services created for children, families and educators The program is globally recognized for establishing the benchmark of excellence in family-friendly media. products and services

Who is this book & resource for?

for parents…

Parents raising children who struggle to manage emotions, understand social cues and/or achieve goals. This book provides support with a clear model to lean on and practical strategies that give certainty and inspiration to jump in and help their child thrive.

for grandparents…

Grandparents looking for quick and easy resources, tools, and knowledge to set up their grandchild and themselves up for success.

for caregivers…

Nannies, babysitters, caregivers, mentors, and coaches who care for children and want clarity and understanding of kids who are differently wired. This book provides information on what to do to help them focus, process, engage, and connect.

for educators…

Teachers, therapists, school administrators, and other busy educators who need easy resources and simple ways to build social, emotional, and executive functioning skills that support the whole child and family.

for anyone…

Anyone who cares about children who are anxious, struggle to regulate emotions and wants to support them in building emotional intelligence and increasing social awareness and problem-solving skills. This book provides simple and fun ways for busy and overwhelmed adults to feel more confident to jump in and help the children you care about to meet their full potential.

About The Author

Elizabeth Sautter is a Speech and Language Pathologist, author, blogger, and presenter specializing in social and emotional learning for preschoolers to adults and their families since 1996. She is the founder of Make Social Learning Stick which provides consultation, training, and resources to help children, teens, and their families build skills and practical tools for social, emotional, and executive functioning skills. 


She is also the co-owner of Communication Works (cwtherapy.com) which provides speech therapy to schools in CA. She has completed a mentorship and internship with Michelle Garcia Winner, Stephanie Madrigal, and Pamela Crooke, and has co-authored two popular children’s books about whole body listening, Whole Body Listening Larry at Home and Whole Body Listening Larry at School. Elizabeth is also a Zones of Regulation collaborative trainer. 

On a personal note, she has two teenage sons, a sister, and a cousin all with additional needs related to social communication, self-regulation, and executive functioning challenges which makes her work not just a career, but a life endeavor.

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