Go Wild with Kindness!

Sometimes sunny weather can derail the positive behaviors your students have been practicing all year long. If you’re in need of a kindness recap, consider going wild! Several wild animals species are known to exhibit kind and compassionate behaviors. Scientists have witnessed displays of caring behavior in dolphins, elephants, chimpanzees, orangutans, chickens, and mice! Dolphins…

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Have You Seen This Poster?

Isn’t this Helpfulness poster adorable? It’s just one poster from a set of twelve kindness posters that is available to download FOR FREE from the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation. The foundation has also provided printable monthly calendars like the one you see below. And yes—they are FREE too—and can be found below the middle…

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Up for a Challenge?

I know you’re up for a challenge—especially one that focuses on kindness! The Great Kindness Challenge is one week (five school days) devoted to performing as many acts of kindness as possible. The official week begins this coming Monday, January 28 and concludes Friday, February 1. To participate simply register your class or school HERE. It…

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It’s Cool to Be Kind

Has being kind to others become unfashionable, unhip, or uncool? Sometimes it feels that way, doesn’t it? It’s easy to get so wrapped up in the pressures of daily life that being kind to others slips through the cracks. However, when kindness becomes a habit, it doesn’t slip. It becomes something you do without even…

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End-of-the-Year Kindness!

Sometimes near the end of the school year, teachers, parents, and students begin to get tired of each other. I know this isn’t new information. Maybe you’ve developed an eye twitch, or you’ve been drinking more wine than usual, or you want to repeatedly smack your head against your whiteboard. Whatever your symptoms, they might…

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