This kindness kites craft and creative writing are great ways to introduce character education and social emotional learning curriculum in a fun and hands-on way this spring. If you use them together, they can be a kindness lesson or can be individual social emotional learning activities.
Students can cut, color, draw and/or write on the kindness kites during centers, in a small group, or for individual seat work as a good choice bad choice sort for different behaviors.
They can follow up the kindness craft with creative writing about how they are kind that can be added to their kindness journal or turned into a classroom book about kindness.
This spring activity comes with ideas to display the crafts in your classroom or hallway, ways to connect to listening and speaking skills, and ways to further connect to writing skills.
This is perfect for Preschool, Kindergarten students, first grade students, 2nd grade students, and 3rd grade students.
Want MORE winter-themed kindness activities? You’ll love our Kindness Kites Kind or Unkind Sort.
Then you can continue the social emotional learning and conversation about kindness throughout fall and add to your social emotional learning activities.
This Kindness Kites Craft and Writing comes with:
- small kites in color to draw on
- small kites in color to write on
- small kites in black and white to draw on
- large kite in black and white to draw on
- large kite in black and white to write on
- 5 different writing sheets to choose from
- ideas to display kindness craft, publish writing, and connect to listening and speaking skills
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