A (Paper) Chain of Kindness ⋆ Sugar, Spice and Glitter I was trying to figure out a way for the kids to start acknowledging each other’s kind choices. I wanted them to start seeking the good in each other and, by acknowledging it, encourage more kind acts in turn.
The sensory aspect of this lesson—sandpaper and cotton balls—really hits the mark! Social skills including empathy and kindness, which are not intuitive for all preschoolers, are effectively reinforced.
Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom-Teach your students how to give and receive compliments. A great activity to build character for your classroom. Perfect for any grade, this character development activity is sure to be a hit and change your classroom into a kind and respectful place. width=
This ready to print-'n-go resource challenges students to perform 30 intentional acts of kindness in 30 days! Print it today and use it tomorrow to build a strong classroom community and help your students make a positive difference in their world!