I've done this with 2nd graders and kindergartners. First, we read the story of Rudolph. Then, we watch the movie. We compare the story and the movie. Then we talk about the teasing that happened and how it is good to be different. We discuss how being different makes us all special. Next, we make Rudolph pockets and hang them somewhere from now until Christmas break. During writing time, or when students finish work early, I encourage them to use the note I've created to write a compliment to someone in our class. Then they put it in that child's Rudolph pocket. I keep an eye on who has not received anything and make sure I put something in that child's pocket. At the end of each day children get to take their Rudolph notes home to read and feel good about themselves.