Starting the month of February with R.A.K.! (Random Acts of Kindness)I created this letter to inform parents of The Kindness Challenge and the activities that will be taking place inside of the classroom. The purpose of this letter is to get parents involved and excited about the challenge.
Inside this freebie you will find printables to send home with your students to work on a "kindness project" with their family. The differentiated worksheets make it possible for ALL students to participate in this activity!
What better time to teach kindness and empathy than the present? Jump on board the kindness revolution and add some color to your classroom with these powerful banners and posters. This Kindness Kit includes:- The trending "Throw Kindness Like Confetti" d
Teach Your Child to Read - Do this every morning with your students to practice reading aloud, fluency and the important of kindness towards others. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
The Jelly Donut Difference-Spreading Kindess - Teach Create Motivate