KINDNESS QUOTES CARDS Inspire & Motivate Good Behavior Reduce Bullying Activity

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Use these 84 positive quotes cards as motivational messages to teach character traits and improve behavior. Kindness quotes can promote a growth mindset to reduce bullying and nurture friendships.

A great classroom management strategy is to have students read a quote during your daily morning meeting, character education, or SEL lessons. Challenge them to carry out their own acts of kindness to reinforce good behavior.

➡️ Happy Teacher Feedback

"We have a Kindness Club and part of our mission is to decorate our school and inspire others to show ridiculous kindness to others!

We let the students decorate the posters and boards we matte the signs on and they hang them around the school community.

Big win and just love these! Thank you!"

- Joyce G., 3rd, 4th, 5th-grade students on the spectrum

Print the cards onto colored paper and add them to a bulletin board after you use them to make a colorful kindness quilt for Random Acts of Kindness Day or World Kindness Day.

Print on white paper and use as coloring pages and your kindness bulletin board will be even more special and unique.

Students can practice typing and computer skills by making their own quote cards using the blank templates in Google Slides™. Teachers can use the online file to create their own set of quotes. There are also templates for posters that students can color with clipart to jazz them up!

Kindness quotes cards can be used in many different ways. Writing prompts, discussion starters, memory games, research or art projects, and kindness activities just to name a few. There are some ideas below, but a more comprehensive list is included in the resource.

These kindness cards can also be helpful discussion starters for students with autism or other special needs to improve friendships and add to their growing set of social skills.

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This Resource Includes:

  • Educator guide and instructions for use.
  • Ideas for classroom discussions.
  • 84 ready-to-print kindness quotes cards.
    - 6 to a page
  • Blank bordered quotes cards and poster templates to print for students to write their own quotes.
    - 6 to a page
    - Full US letter size
  • Google Slides™ templates for teachers or students to type their own quotes.
    - 6 to a page
    - Full US letter size
  • Clipart images for decorating cards and posters in Google Slides™ or print.

How to Use:

  • Use as writing prompts. Ask students to write a paragraph about the quotes meaning or make up a sheet of questions for them to answer about the quote you’ve chosen.
  • Ask students to rewrite a quote in their writing journal and decorate with relevant illustrations.
  • You can also have them make posters that can be bound into a class book to display during open nights.
  • Use your quote in an art project. Place the quote in the centre of a bulletin board and have students each contribute a drawing or word that relates to it.
  • Give each of your students a different quote and ask them to create a poster for your classroom or to put up in the hall.
  • Ask your class to research the author of the quote and write a short biography about them or ask them to find another meaningful quote by the same person.
  • Have students rewrite a quote or two in their own words.
  • Ask students to memorize one or two of their favorite quotes to recite to the class.
  • There are many more ideas included in this resource.

* You will need Acrobat 7.0 or later - please contact me if you have an earlier version.

A variation of this resource is also available in A4 Format.


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