49 Ways to Create a Tidal Wave of Kindness in School
“Remember there’s no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end.” —Scott Adams
Spreading Kindness Campaign: Kind is the New Cool! #kindnessnation
This resource includes kindness poster quotes, large classroom poster, mini posters, goodie bag toppers, tear off compliments, bulletin board header, book lists, and other ideas to spread kindness! Please join us spread kindness to wipe out the meanness! (Kindness poster quotes in black and white ...
Kind Kids Club - Teaching Kids Empathy
Every 2nd grade teachers says it daily: "How do you think that made ______ feel?" Usually, this is followed by a long face and a shrug ... occasionally even a smirk (grrr) ... or if I'm having a lucky day, I might get the answer "bad". I often wonder if they know WHY that person is feeling "bad" or if ...
Kind Kids Club
Our 2014 Random Acts of Kindness Challenge winner is a first grade class in Fresno, California inspiring their entire school with kindness! #RAKWeek
"Kindness Changes Everything" Song - Pay It Forward
"Kindness Changes Everything" was performed by children to inspire children all around the world to embrace kindness as a way of life. The video is used as p...
Speak Up: A Video Lesson on Bullying
Explore Cartoon Network's free online documentary on bullying. Included: Student printable to maximize teachable moments.
Say Something by E. S. Richardson Elementary
Don't stand by and allow bullying in your school. Whether you are the victim, bystander, or even the bully.... just Say Something!
The must-watch anti-bullying video - Cool Mom Picks
If you have kids ready for tough conversations about bullying + social media, start with this must-see anti-bullying video from Champions Against Bullying.
Celebrities Send Messages of Support to Bullied Boy: ‘Stay Strong’
Several celebrities have reached out to Keaton Jones, a young Tennessee boy whose video questioning why bullies are mean went viral, offering messages of support and encouragement. Jones’ mother posted the video of him to Facebook, in which he is upset after she picked him up from school when he felt