Teasing and nastiness and cruelty doesn’t have to be the norm.
We don’t need to tolerate a “kids will be kids” mentality.
Kindness is a learned behavior, and we can intentionally teach kids to be kind.
Be compassionate, empathetic, helpful, kind-hearted, mindful of others, and friendly
Be a real, true friend who follows The Golden Rule
Stay kind even when others are not kind and stand up for others and themselves when needed
Avoid unnecessary conflict with siblings, friends, teammates, and classmates
These 21 different Kindness Bookmarks are printable reminders of kindness so kids see a kindness message while reading books…even books with unkind characters.
Help kids be the kindest version of themselves with this Kindness Promise, because when kids make a promise to themselves to be kinder, they tend to keep that promise.
This Give Me 5 Kindness Activity uses kindness affirmations and a fun hands-on kindness craft you can do three ways to remind kids to act and speak with kindness more often.
You don’t have to spend your days being a referee to kids’ behavior.
Kids don’t have to fight, bicker, compete, put down, and belittle others.
You can have calmer, happier, more peaceful days.