Kindness Tree w/ Leaves to write Conpliments: Kindness Week Activity or Anytime!

Kindness Tree w/ Leaves to write Conpliments: Kindness Week Activity or Anytime!
Kindness Tree w/ Leaves to write Conpliments: Kindness Week Activity or Anytime!
Kindness Tree w/ Leaves to write Conpliments: Kindness Week Activity or Anytime!
Kindness Tree w/ Leaves to write Conpliments: Kindness Week Activity or Anytime!
Kindness Tree w/ Leaves to write Conpliments: Kindness Week Activity or Anytime!
Kindness Tree w/ Leaves to write Conpliments: Kindness Week Activity or Anytime!
Kindness Tree w/ Leaves to write Conpliments: Kindness Week Activity or Anytime!
Kindness Tree w/ Leaves to write Conpliments: Kindness Week Activity or Anytime!
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Students write Kindness leaves to each other to add to a Kindness Tree bulletin board. This Kindness Tree Activity includes individual 8.5 x 11 Trees as well as a large Kindness Tree for a Bulletin Board Display!

Individual Trees: Have students complete their trees individually. I like to laminate them and send home to parents as a gift! Choose the Color or Black & White version.

Bulletin Board: Print the leaf templates on green, red, and yellow paper for a beautiful tree. I like to make the tree trunk out of construction paper or crumpled brown tissue paper. You can also print out the included tree trunk. It makes a beautiful, interactive bulletin board! Choose the Color or Black & White version.

Random Acts of Kindness Week is February 14 – 20th, but you can use the Kindness Tree anytime of the year!

You can use the Kindness Tree in many ways:
1. Students are each assigned a class member to write a Kindness Leaf for complimenting them or thanking them for something kind. You can assign students or pick randomly.
2. Students can write leaves at any time when someone is kind to them or another person. I have students write these leaves and put them in my “Teacher’s Eyes-Only Box” on my desk. Then we open the box at the end of the day and staple all the new leaves to the tree.
3. I write leaves for students when I catch them doing something kind as well!
4. Ask parents or teachers to write a leaf for students too!

Happy teaching ya'll!

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