Get all the Kindness Printables you could need for April activities and Easter Activities and Earth Day Activities to teach social-emotional learning, character education, and kindness.
Some are perfect for Easter Activities, Earth Day Activities, spring activities, and the rest can be used year-round.
They are perfect for homeschool, classrooms, or families looking to add a little kindness to the month.
The April Kindness Printables Include:
- ABCs of Kindness book or posters for each letter of the alphabet with an activity to do for each letter in color
- ABCs of Kindness book or posters for each letter of the alphabet with an activity to do for each letter in black and white
- ABCs of Kindness book or posters for each letter of the alphabet with an activity to do for each letter for kids to draw the activity they did
- ABCs of Kindness Recording sheet/worksheet for students to mark down when they accomplish each kindness activity
- Easter Egg Kindness Notes
- Countdown to Easter Kindness Paper Chain Activity
- Compliment Cards
- Raindrop and Umbrella Kind or Sort Game in color and black and white
- Raindrop kindness creative writing (2 versions)
- Kind or Unkind Sort Worksheet in color and black and white
- Spring Kindness Notecards
- Be Kind to Earth Printable
- I am Kind to Earth Emergent Reader in color and black and white
- I am Kind to Earth Discussion Starters
- I am Kind to Earth writing prompts (4 versions)
- Thank School Staff Notecards (5+ color versions for school spirit colors)
- Spread Kindness Not Germs ePoster (print on 11×17 paper)
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