Is compassion something that can really be taught? What can teachers do in the classroom to develop compassion in their students? Check out these tips, activities, and free products that you can use today!

Can You Really Teach Children to be More Compassionate?

Community News and Information - Community Development, General/Other

Primary teachers love the book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?"--and for good reason! Learn more ways to use this community-building book in your classroom to teach your students how to be bucket fillers instead of bucket dippers.

Ideas for Using the Book Have You Filled a Bucket Today

Primary teachers love the book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?"--and for good reason! Learn more ways to use this community-building book in your classroom to teach your students how to be bucket fillers instead of bucket dippers.

Using mindfulness in the classroom has been show to improve learning. This post provides you with 5 activities that you can do in your classroom to help your students improve their learning and to implement mindfulness successfully.

5 Activities to Practice Mindfulness in Your Classroom

Using mindfulness in the classroom has been show to improve learning. This post provides you with 5 activities that you can do in your classroom to help your students improve their learning and to implement mindfulness successfully.

Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom-Teach your students how to give and receive compliments. A great activity to build character for your classroom. Perfect for any grade, this character development activity is sure to be a hit and change your classroom into a kind and respectful place. width=

Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom

Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom-Teach your students how to give and receive compliments. A great activity to build character for your classroom. Perfect for any grade, this character development activity is sure to be a hit and

This Caring Kit Freebie is a month long unit taken from my Entire Year: Character Education Kit. I love using these materials because it allows you to directly teach important character traits in an active, motivating format. This resource focuses on the very important trait of caring but there are 10 other units in the Character Education Kit, including Respect, Responsibility, Citizenship, Courage, Fairness, Giving, Gratitude, Perseverance, Self-Discipline, and Trustworthiness.

This Caring Kit Freebie is a month long unit taken from my Entire Year: Character Education Kit. I love using these materials because it allows you to directly teach important character traits in an active, motivating format. This resource focuses on the very important trait of caring but there are 10 other units in the Character Education Kit, including Respect, Responsibility, Citizenship, Courage, Fairness, Giving, Gratitude, Perseverance, Self-Discipline, and Trustworthiness.

Fun #Friendship Scoot for teaching friendship and #socialskills to students with #Autism or other social deficits!

Fun Scoot for teaching friendship and to students with or other social deficits!

Kindergarten Planet: Must Read Monday: Books About Teaching Compassion

The theme this week for Must Read Monday is must read books about compassion . The American Heritage College Dictionary defines com.

Are you a teacher who wants to promote kindness and compassion in your classroom? If you want free activities and resources to support your students in becoming more kind individuals, check out all these free resources available to teachers!

Promoting a Culture of Kindness in the Classroom

Do you want to promote a culture of kindness in the classroom? These free kindness activities will help you face the challenging task of helping students feel included and respected in an ever increasing hostile world. Kindness activities for the classroo

Do this every morning with your students to practice reading aloud, fluency and the important of kindness towards others.

The Pledge of Kindness

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.

Students with ADHD are successful in the general education classroom with a few accommodations. Read on for seven accommodations for students with ADHD.

7 Easy Accommodations for Students with ADHD -- As a special education teacher, I work with a lot of little ones with ADHD or with typical ADHD behaviors. Often these students can be successful in a general education classroom with a few accommodations in

I Love First Grade What I Learned From Kristine Mraz

This chart is great for teaching children how to say sorry and mean it.

This winter themed activity helps elementary school students practice giving compliments. Student work to generate compliments for their classmates. Teachers or counselors can model the types of compliments you could give someone. This is a great activity to use in classrooms focusing on kindness, community building, and overall social and emotional skills.

Giving Compliments Activity and Bulletin Board

Compliments Bulletin Board & Activity: Giving and Receivin

Teach your students about kindness with this wonderful book and these freebies!

The Jelly Donut Difference-Spreading Kindess

The Jelly Donut Difference-Spreading Kindess - Teach Create Motivate

Corkboard Connections is a blog written by Laura Candler who enjoys connecting terrific teachers with amazing resources!

Supporting Self-Regulation in the Classroom

Though it may seem counter-intuitive, integrating sensory awareness, breath, and movement activities into your daily routine will not only improve self-regulation, it will increase productivity.

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.

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.

Pinterest
Search