Are you disheartened when your students are mean to each other?
Are you sick and tired of their playground drama?
Is it draining you? Irritating you? Burning you out?

MYTH: Some kids are just mean. There’s nothing that will change that. 

FACT: Just like reading, kindness is a learned skill. With the right strategies, you can teach your students to be kind so you build the positive school community you all deserve.

 After you join you will: 

  • be a more confident educator because you’ll KNOW how to use the proven strategies to teach Social Emotional Learning in the “cracks” of your day
  • have kind, thoughtful, generous, caring, helpful students
  • set your students up to have emotionally healthy peer relationships
  • understand how to step by step strategically make kindness, compassion, and helpfulness more of a habit for your students
  • feel empowered to support your students to find positive quality peer  relationships and avoid negative peer pressure
  • know you’re doing everything in your power to be prevent your most vulnerable students from being bullied OR becoming a bully
  • reduce playground drama and issues 

When our kids are cruel, mean-spirited and nasty to each other at school, 

it feels disheartening and disappointing.

You might wonder: Am I even making a difference in these kids’ lives?

Instead of hoping or crossing your fingers that we’re doing everything in our power to make sure our students are thriving with us, we can ensure it without burning out.

You’ll get EVERYTHING YOU NEED to ensure your students speak and act with kindness more often with less reminders from you. 

Less cruelty. Less bullying. Less teasing. Less cliques. Less drama on the yard. 

But you’ll also get MORE.

More collaboration. More teammwork. More inclusivity. More sharing and turn taking.    

You’re in the Right Spot If: 

Two young brothers fighting and hitting on grass in park, with older boy sitting over the younger

MYTH: Social Emotional Learning and Character Education is “fluffy” and don’t help me hit my mandated state standards. There’s no time for it. 

FACT: Social Emotional Learning, if taught the correct way, helps improve your students’ academic success. It teaches them necessary skills like problem solving, self-regulation, responsiblity, and critical thinking skills. 

And if your students are being bullied, teased, or targeted by mean kids, there’s no way your lesson, no matter how amazing, will ever get through to them. They’ll be too worried about their emotional or physical safety to concentrate or try their best.   

When you create an emotionally safe learning environment for your students, they will show up to school ready to learn, excited to learn, and won’t be scared to be wrong, won’t be teased for always being right, laughed at for their “weird,” out-of-the-box idea. 

You can feel empowered and confident you’re truly setting your students up for success.

Your classroom can be an emotionally safe, kind, inviting, welcoming place to learn when you use the proven strategies and resources in The Teaching Kind Kids Movement because it sets your kids up for success: to speak and act with kindness more oftenwith less refereeing and reminders from you! 

You want to have more happy days teaching and less stress at school.

You can intentionally teach, foster and encourage your students to be kind, thoughtful, generous, and helpful by using specific strategies and resources you will have access to in The Teaching Kind Kids Movement. 

All you have to do is join. 

The Teaching Kind Kids Movement is Right For You If:

*You value “teaching the whole child,” and know social emotional learning is crucial

*You want to teach Social Emotional Learning but have no idea where to start or how to implement it

*You want your students to LOVE school as much as you do and have positive  relationships at school

*You want less fights, taunts, bickering, bullying, teasing, cliques, and meanness

*You need SEL curriculum that fits into the “cracks” of your already busy day

*You want to discipline and referee your students’ behavior less

* You want to help your students deal with unkindness in healthy ways

*You want your students to be known as the kind class, filled with  positive role models and good friends and helpful, compassionate students

*You think it’s your social duty to help make your school a kind place to be

Meet your coach, Nicole

Nicole is the creator of Coffee and Carpool: Raising Kind Kids, The Kind Kids Movement and is a mom to three kids.

She’s a recovering elementary school teacher, a speaker & author, and mostly survives on strong coffee.

She has helped busy educators like you for years to intentionally teach social emotional learning so students become the best versions of themselves, thrive in school, and know how to handle tricky peer situations in emotionally healthy ways.

In The Teaching Kind Kids Movement, Nicole shares her expertise, real-life stories from her students and her kids, and more importantly, the tried and true strategies and resources you need to teach kind kids. 

Myth: Kindness is taught at home. This isn’t a job for educators. 

FACT: It would be great if that was true for all of our students, but it is not. And if we don’t encourage, teach, and expect kindness at school, we are inadventantly allowing a cruel, bullying-culture to grow and take over. 

Kids who who attend a school with a cruel culture will: 

You want your students to thrive and be confident and kind.

After using the resources and strategies in the course and the membership your students will be more kind, more helpful, more thoughtful, more generous, more friendly, and will make be more bully-proofed. 

Here’s what You’ll Get when You Join:

Myth: Teaching kids to be kind will take up too much time. 

Fact: The methods and strategies and resources in the Teaching Kind Kids Movement will fit into the “cracks” of your already busy lesson plans. You will learn how to confidently make kindness a reality for you and your students in the Teaching Kind Kids Course.  

But you don't have to take my word for it. Here's what others have said about these strategies:
Jaime S.
Our family is joining you!!! Thank you for doing this!! I have wanted to get my family volunteering for years but the kids are young and we are so busy etc... The usual barriers and excuses. This is a great way to get us started!!
Khatera S.
I really like the kindness activities you presented. We are on a mission for kindness. I would love to use the ideas to get the kids happy about kindness. 
Stacy S.
I see [my kids] hugging each other more and telling each other "I love you." Also, they had friends over this afternoon and typically a fight ensues at some point, but they all played well, shared their toys cheerfully, and spoke kindly to each other and friends. Also, they had a babysistter tonight who said they were amazing. We typically get a good report but "they did fight a few times" is always added to the statement. Tonight they were just great for the sitter. I was so encouraged. Keep up the good work in helping families!
Lisa R.
I love all your kindness ideas. We NEED these in the classrooms! I just wish I could get more people to use your ideas! We would live in a much kinder world! 

The Teaching Kind Kids Movement Gives You What You Need to Ensure More Kindness in Your School:

♥ Access to The Teaching Kind Kids Course and 5-10 minute videos with step by steps ideas and resources so you build up your confidence in implementing the kindness strategies with your students. Includes printable workbook and Certificate of Completion of 4.75 hours of Continuing Education. ($1182 value)
♥ 3 months of different Monthly Printable Kindness Resources so you have everything at your fingertips ready to make kindness easy to teach…just print and go! ($290 value)
♥ 3 months of diffferent Monthly Toolkits with extra support and resources and ideas to weave kindness into your busy day…the work is done for you! ($600 value)
♥ 3 months of Exclusive Invites to our Monthly Live Coaching Sessions so you can ask your burning questions and get the personalized support you need! You are not alone on this journey to kind students! ($2400 value) 
♥ BONUS #1: 5 Interactive Student Videos to watch with your students with mini kindness lessons so your kids hear the same message from another educator! ($250 value) 
♥ BONUS #2 A Full Month of Kindness Curriculum to use in your classroom with even more resources including a PowerPoint presentation to use with your students ($50 value) 
♥ BONUS #3: Kindness Pre-Quiz and Monthly Kindness Tracker to show progress over the three months, emailed to you for each month! ($ 50 value)
♥ FAST ACTING BONUS ONLY AVAILABLE TODAY: Exclusive Make Kindness a Habit Month Long Quick Win Kindness Habits, plus tracking sheets, plus training video on how to use this effectively for your students. ($50 value)

Want a Sneak Peek into What's Inside the Teaching Kind Kids Course?

>>Printable Notebook for each Lesson (so you don’t miss key nuggets)

>> Printable Resources to Use with your Students (just print and go!)

>> 5-20 minute Videos covering 5 major topics:

           Setting Your Students Up for Success

           The Basics: Everyday Kindness Strategies 

            The Meanness: Dealing with Unkindness & Bullying

            Positive Peer Interactions and Quality Friendships 

            Social Emotional Learning Curriculum 

Access for 3 Months! 

$4797.00  $279 one time fee

We 100% guarantee if you implement the strategies and resources shared with you during the three months of access, you will see a significant improvement in your classroom environment and your students' behavior.

But, if you're not 100% confident in what to do to teach SEL and help your kids speak and act with kindness more often with less reminders from you, you can cancel at any time.

You can be confident these strategies will work for you and your students.

One Last Note from Nicole: 

Teaching is not for the faint of heart. It is emotionally and physically exhausting where you constantly second guess yourself: Am I doing this right? 

I won’t lie: the strategies you will learn in The Teaching Kind Kids Movement over the next three months will be more “work” for you.  

But if you commit to implementing the strategies you learn and use the resources you have access to, you will ensure your students will become kind, thoughtful, caring, generous, helpful, compassionate people. 

And then you won’t have to wonder anymore… 

You will be doing it right for your students.