This early reader set on being kind in the cafeteria is a great way to introduce kids to character education and social emotional curriculum but at a more advanced level than our emergent reader books.
Students can read about how we can be kind in the cafeteria or lunchroom with these early reader student books that come in color and black and white as a beginning activity.
These early readers use more advanced language and sight words to describe an essential concept: being a kind person. This is perfect for advanced Kindergarten students, first grade students, 2nd grade students, and 3rd grade students.
Need simpler language for younger students? Get our Emergent Reader Set I am Kind in the Cafeteria here.
You can get our Early Reader Bundle Set for Kindness here.
Then you can continue the conversation with the teacher discussion starters during morning meeting or as further writing prompts.
Students can then connect this social emotional learning activity with creative writing by writing one or both of the included writing prompts.
This Kindness Early Reader Book Set comes with:
- student copy of the early reader in color and black and white
- discussion starters to continue the conversation
- 2 creative writing prompts to connect to the topic of being a kind person.
Get more ideas for kind classroom communities and why it’s crucial here.
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