Transform your classroom into a kind, supportive, bully-free space to learn in 90 Days
SEL Myth: Some kids are just mean. There’s nothing that will change that.
SEL FACT: Just like reading, kindness and social emotional learning (SEL) are learned skills. With the right strategies, you can teach your students to build the positive school community you all deserve.
SEL Myth: Social Emotional Learning and Character Education is “fluffy” and doesn’t help hit the mandated state standards. There’s no time for it.
SEL FACT: Social Emotional Learning, if taught the correct way, improves your students’ academic success. It teaches them necessary skills like problem-solving, self-regulation, responsibility, and critical thinking skills that will increase their overall academic success.
What would your school day look like if you could:
SEL Myth: Teaching kids to be kind will take up too much time.
SEL FACT: The methods and strategies and resources in the Teaching Kind Kids Movement will fit into the “cracks” of your already busy lesson plans. Effective SEL and Character Education can take just a few minutes each day.
*You want your students to LOVE school as much as you do, have positive relationships at school, and feel supported by their peers.
*You want less fights, taunts, bickering, bullying, teasing, cliques, and meanness.
*You want to discipline and referee your students’ behavior less.
* You want to make sure your class is welcoming, inviting, and inclusive.
*You want your students to be known on campus as the kind class, filled with positive role models, good friends, and helpful, compassionate students.
SEL Myth: You’re a bad teacher if your kids’ behavior is awful. Their behavior is a reflection of you and your skills.
SEL FACT: You’re a great educator, the exact one these students need. But you can learn strategies to feel more empowered and confident rather than embarassed, frustrated, and burnt out.
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.
SEL Myth: Kindness is taught at home. This isn’t a job for educators.
SEL FACT: It would be great if that was true for all of students, but it is not. And if you don’t encourage, teach, and expect kindness at school, you are inadvertantly allowing a cruel, bullying culture to grow and take over.
SEL Myth: There’s no bullying happening in my class.
SEL FACT: By the time they leave school, 20% of all students have been bullied, often time in the classroom, under the teacher’s nose. In a class of 20, that’s 4 of your students. You can learn the signs of bullying to protect your most vulnerable students.
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.
SEL Myth: There’s nothing teachers can do about bullying. It’s for the administration to deal with.
SEL FACT: We all know that not all administrations handle bullying in a way we would be satisfied with if it was our child being bullied. And if bullied students are so worried and anxious about being targeted they can’t focus on learning, you have to step in on their behalf. It is every educators’ job to create and maintain an emotionally safe learning environment. You can learn what to do to keep your students safe.
You can intentionally teach, foster and encourage your students to be kind, thoughtful, generous, and helpful.
Teaching kind kids with Character Education can feel easier.
But you need to use the specific and effective 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 designed for educators who want to intentionally teach their kids to be kind using social emotional lessons (SEL).
You will get everything you need to go from unsure and worried and confused if your kids are unkind, mean, or dealing with bullying to confident and thriving because you will learn how to teach kids to be kind, helpful, thoughtful, compassionate, and how to deal with bullying.
When you join, you will have:
➡ 3 months of access to the course,
➡ 3 months of monthly printable kindness resources,
➡ 3 months of Kindness Toolkits,
➡ 3 months of live coaching calls,
➡ and ALL the bonuses!
The whole point of joining is to get results and see a change in your kids’ behaviors. You can’t transform kids’ actions and reshape their habits in a week or even a month, just like you can’t teach them to read in a month.
But in three months, you absolutely can see positive changes in behaviors if you use the strategies and resources available to you.
You will have three months to go through the course videos and workbook and you will have three months of practice implementing the strategies.
You’ll have three months of resources you can print and go and you’ll have three months of monthly toolkits to support you.
You’ll also have three live coaching calls to answer your personal questions and get the answers you need.
Three months gives you time to implement the strategies you learn and time to practice with your students so kindness becomes a habit for them.
If at the end of three months you want continued access, support, and even more monthly resources and curriculum to keep your progress going, you will be able to stay on for a discounted, monthly rate.
That’s amazing, but there’s no way you have even a fraction of the resources available to you in The Teaching Kind Kids Movement (especially because we add new resources and curriculum all the time!)
And more importantly, you’re going to dive into how to use these resources the most effectively so you save time and energy rather than randomly doing a kindness lesson or a kindness activity once in a blue moon.
You will strategically learn how it can all work together to best fit for your students instead of trying to DIY it on your own.
Which means it will work for you.
We will teach you tried and true methods that you are easy to implement, easy to remember as you build new habits for your students and teach SEL.
You will not be alone. You will have a support system in place that cheers you on and cheers you up on the hard days, through coaching and emailing so your burning questions are answered and your specific concerns are addressed.
You will have access to done for you kindness resources and curriculum that kids love so you are able to teach them social emotional lessons without them realizing they’re learning!
You can choose what’s best for you.
You can do a one time payment for three months of access. It’s a $4800 value that you can now get for only $279.
(If you’re like me and LOVE to know how much you’re saving when you see a deal you know is too good to miss, you’re saving thousands of dollars!)
OR, you can choose to pay $97 a month for 3 months.
Whatever works best for you!
The strategies you will learn are perfect for toddlers through teenagers because it’s never too early to teach kindness and it’s never too late.
If you want kind teenagers, teach them now and give them years to practice.
The resources can be adapted and used for a variety of grades. Some will be perfect for Early Childhood Education and others will resonate more with your older kids.
Almost all of the resources and strategies can be adapted to fit your students right where you’re at.
♥ Access to The Teaching Kind Kids Course and 30 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. ($1182 value)
♥ Monthly Printable Kindness Resources so you have everything at your fingertips ready to make kindness easy to teach…just print and go! ($290 value)
♥ Monthly Kindness Toolkit with extra support and resources and ideas to weave kindness into your busy day…the work is done for you! ($600)
♥ 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! ($300 value)
♥ Bonus: 5 Videos to watch with your students with mini kindness lessons so your kids hear the same message from another educator! ($50 value)
♥ Bonus: 1 Full Month of Kindness Curriculum to use in your classroom with even more resources to make teaching social emotional learning curriculum easier and fun!
♥ Bonus: PowerPoint presentation to use with your students: What is Kindness? so you don’t have to create your own curriculum! It’s done for you! ($25 value)
♥ Bonus: Make Kindness a Habit ($50 value) Month of quick ways kids can show kindness and a recording sheet
♥ Bonus: Kindness Pre-Quiz & Monthly Tracker ($50 value) Evaluate where your students are to see the transformation over time.
♥ Bonus: Kindness Starts with You Bundle ($50 value) Consistency calendars and a Yearly Scope calendar to support you to stay consistent throughout the school year with SEL!
The strategies used are very similar for both families and classrooms. The resources you get each month are also very similar.
The main difference is in The Raising Kind Kids Movement focuses more on sibling relationships and connecting with our kids and creating a positive home environment.
The Teaching Kind Kids Movement, focuses more on bullying prevention, building a positive classroom environment, and social-emotional learning curriculum and how to teach it.
Of course you’re busy. Parents and educators are some of the busiest multi-taskers ever. That’s why this was designed to fit into the “cracks” of your already busy day.
The videos in the course are 4-10 minutes long each…little nuggets you can listen to while you make dinner or eat lunch or get ready for the day.
The kindness printable resources can take as little or as long as you want. If you have five minutes, you can use most of these resources in that time.
But as you will learn in the course, it’s way more effective to focus on kindness a little bit each day than to focus on kindness once in a blue moon.
So finding tiny moments in your day to talk about kindness and focus on kindness is the way to see the most results with your kids.
If you want kind students, if you want to ensure your students are the best versions of themselves, you can’t just cross your fingers.
You have to do something about it. You have to take action. You have to want it badly enough to learn how to do it.
The doors to The Teaching Kind Kids Movement close soon so those that are in can start getting personalized and targeted support.
Sure you can join in three more months when we open the doors again, but then you will have missed out on these three months of having kind students you enjoy teaching.
Lesson 1: The Groundwork: Setting your Classroom up for Success
Module 1 What to Expect
Module 2: Why We Should Teach SEL
Module 3: Kind vs Nice
Module 4: The Only Two Rules you Need
Module 5: Create a Kind Classroom Culture and Positive Environment
Module 6: Create a Kind Physical Environment
Lesson 2: The Basics: Everyday Kindness Strategies
Module 1: Talking About Kindness
Module 2: Modeling Kindness
Module 3: Praise Kindness Effectively
Module 4: The THINK Method
Module 5: The Backwards Golden Rule
Module 6: Be Funny Without Being Mean
Lesson 3: The Meanness: Dealing with Unkindness, Cruelty and Bullying
Module 1: The Little Stuff Matters
Module 2: How to Deal with Unkindness
Module 3: Being Mad Without Being Mean
Module 4: “Mean Girl” Behaviors
Module 4: Bullying Prevention
Module 5: Take Action on Bullying Behaviors
Lesson 4: Positive Peer Interactions and Quality Friendships
Module 1: Why Positive Peer Relationships and Friendships are Crucial
Module 2: Being Friendly vs. Being a Good Friend
Module 3: Good True Friends
Module 4:Includers and Remembering to Be a Good Friend
Module 5: Sharing vs. Turn Taking
Module 6: Peer Pressure
Lesson 5: Social Emotional Learning Curriculum
Module 1: SEL Dedicated Lessons
Module 2: Teaching SEL in the “Cracks” of Your Lessons
Module 3: Kindness is a verb: Making Kindness Fun with Games
Module 4: Next Level Kindness at School