Teaching Kindness at School

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PreK - 1st, Homeschool
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The activities were very appropriate for my kinders to understand what it means to be kind. They still tell me they read their booklets at home.
This is an amazing resource! My kindergarten kiddos especially loved the kindness certificates! Thank you!


Teaching kindness at school and building a classroom community is simple with the

I Can Be Kind at School activities!

Young learners can play memory games, go on scavenger hunts, read & color booklets, and more as you’re teaching kindness to them with this resource!

I Can Be Kind at School is ideal at Back to School, during a unit on citizenship, or anytime you want to promote a positive classroom environment. You'll use these resources throughout the school year as you're teaching kindness and promoting social skills.

I Can Be Kind at School includes:

Kindness Picture Cards (12 Color Cards & 12 Black & White Ink Saver Cards)

12 Color Kindness Posters for your classroom

I Can Be Kind at School Book (Full Color Read Aloud Version)

I Can Be Kind at School Booklet (Black & White Printable Student Version)

Kindness Rewards & Certificates

Plus, the I Can Be Kind at School resource includes detailed instructions on How to Use everything as well as plenty of Photographs!

Discover the Picture Cards as a discussion starter during your circle time. Talk about ways you can be kind at school. Students will enjoy playing learning games and going on scavenger hunts with the Picture Cards, too!

Display the colorful Kindness Posters in your classroom as a visual for teaching kindness to your students. Refer to the posters often and encourage students to pick an act of kindness to focus on each day.

The I Can Be Kind at School Booklet describes many ways students can show kindness to others at school. Use the full color version as you read to your class in large group. Then, use the black & white ink saver version to create booklets for each student to color. These printable booklets are an excellent activity for morning table time, small groups at the Teacher Table, and independent center work.

CLICK HERE to read how I teach kindness in my classroom and use the I Can Be Kind at School resource!

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