Home and School -
Describe an act of kindness someone did for you at school. How does it make you feel when someone is considerate of you?
10 Ways -
List 10 reasons to be kind to others. Where can you get started with it today?
What Does it Mean to Be Kind? -
Imagine you are writing to a pen pal in another country. In your last
letter, you used the word kindness, but when your pen pal wrote back, she said
she didn't understand the word kindness.
The Quilt -
Have each student draw a picture of a kind act inside the quilt
square. Students will cut out each square, and then use tape to assemble the
class "kindness quilt."
Acts of Kindness -
Describe an act of kindness that you can do at each of the following places. We then look at the level of significance that exists in act.
Random Acts -
Perform at least 6 random acts of kindness today. Write
down each act of kindness in one of the circles below.
How Would You Do It? -
Describe how you can use each of the following to
perform a good act. We look at all the different ways that we share our emotions with others.
It Counts! - Describe how you can be handle each of the following
situations. These are common scenarios that you see in grade six on up.
What Have You Done Lately? -
Take some time to examine all the different ways in which you could have handled situations better. Also assess what you did right.
Being There For Someone - Imagine a friend of yours is having a hard day. List at least three
ways that you could help your friend.
Giving Care -
How would you care for these people? Would you do similar things or change a few things up.
Better Yourself -
How can you be a gentler you? This is a real overview of the unit as a whole.
All About Today -
Dive in and act now. These help you plot out your next week ahead of you. Being prepared is the first step to change.