I designed this activity for students in my classroom after the winter blues set in, and I never thought I'd see the results that I did! They really enjoyed the activities in this pack, and I hope you do, too! Please email me with any questions before purchasing. Thank you!
Caught Being Kind (4 pages)
Sttudents recognize kindness in others. This activity is in black and white and color.
Class Kindness Book (6 pages)
Students choose one of four templates, sharing a time when they or someone else showed an act of kindness and how it made them feel.
High Five (2 pages)
There are two different templates for this activity. Students complete the activity and deliver it to a staff member for a kind surprise!
Kind Compliments (1 page)
Students write kind compliment about each other.
Kindness Cards (5 pages)
There cards and can be used in a variety of ways: place the cards in different places around the school to be found by other, put them in teacher’s mailboxes, etc.
Kindness Cash (2 pages)
This is a great way to keep students motivated! Hand out kindness cash whenever you catch them doing something kind. These printables are found in both color and black and white.
Kindness Postcards (2 pages)
Use the template to help students write a short “thank you” for someone in their community. The post card measurements are just under 4” x 6” which aligns with the USPS requirement.
Kindness Posters (2 pages)
Display these two color posters in your room during the lessons and refer to them frequently so that students become familiar with them. Posters include what kindness is and words that show kindness.
Kindness Survey (3 pages)
Students ask others a survey question, record the data, graph it, and analyze it.
Kindness Traits and Scenarios (6 pages)
Students match scenarios with a kindness word that represents the trait associated with the scenario. This activity is in black and white and color.
Random Acts of Kindness Board (1 page)
This activity includes one board with 20 different squares that encourage students to show kindness.
Sensing Kindness Flipbook (6 pages)
This activity is meant to make an abstract concept a bit more concrete by using the five senses to describe kindness.