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Kindness Wreath:  Add a ribbon for each act of kindness you catch a student doing throughout the year.

How do we Teach Kindness?

How to teach kindness? Start with an empty wreath. when you observe your kids perform an act of kindness, add a ribbon to the wreath! Let them choose the color and help them tie it. as the year progresses, watch the wreath become more and more colorful!

AWESOME!!  What an amazing lesson on empathy! In this activity, students volunteer to choose a shoebox to open and put the shoes on from the box.  A written scenario inside each box tells about the person who wears the shoes. Based on the information given, the student has to "put themselves in that person's shoes," identifying how that person might feel.   The class then suggests ways we might show compassion to the person in the shoes.

a lesson on empathy. In this activity, students volunteer to choose a shoebox to open and put the shoes on from the box. A written scenario.

Mrs. Unger's Unbelievable Elementary Experiences!: Easy and Effective MLK Activity!

The Crayon Box That Talked activity to extend MLK lessons. Side note: there are only 13 crayons, I would be ecstatic to only have 13 students in a classroom!

elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson for building self-esteem - Counselor Keri

Valentine's Day Self Esteem Classroom Guidance Lesson - School Counseling

Valentine's Day Self Esteem Classroom Guidance Lesson - School Counseling elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson for building self-esteem - Counselor Keri

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Inside Out Lesson Plans & Feeling Chart

Inside Out Lesson Plans & Classroom Feelings Chart! A really cute Disney themed lesson plan that helps students with the Feelings Chart.

Teambuilding: Tinfoil and Pipe Cleaner Challenge that your kids will love!

Teambuilding: Tinfoil and Pipe Cleaner Challenge that your kids will love!fun first day of youth, or a camp ice breaker. I love that this helps build imagination in kids!

A good lesson to teach on MLK Day that we all look different, but inside we are all the same.

A good lesson to teach that we all look different, but inside we are all the same. I've used this in the past with my Martin Luther King, Jr unit. Fun and effective. M & M science experiment!

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