To express our gratitude for teachers and parents we're sending you some of our favoritetips and tools to inspire kindness in kids.
Help kids demonstrate self-management, set goals, and manage their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in different situations.
Use stress management strategies
Demonstrate personal agency
Set personal goals
Here's a quick health tip for you: Eat the Rainbow. Eating a variety of fruit and vegetables provides many health benefits! Vegetables contain nutrients, fiber, vitamins, and minerals vital for the health and maintenance of your body.
Teachers and parents, you’ve finally found a resource that integrates academics with life skills and values. If you haven't already, check out the Be Kind Break for more classroom resources, videos, activities, and projects.
Here's a PREMIUM sample that you can download today!
Decorate your next bulletin board with a floral theme and give students a handprint to write their name on and one way they practice being kind and respectful.
Create a sensory water bottle with glitter and food coloring. Then practice mindfulness exercises while watching the glitter float and settle to the bottom.
Tips from Kind Teachers
We asked teachers "How do you get your students to WANT to do the right thing?"
One 3rd Grade teacher from Arizona says, "Use positive language. Students respond better when taught what TO do instead of what NOT to do."
A School Counselor from New York says, "Set clear expectations. Most kids will cooperate if they know what they're supposed to do. Remember, as an educator, you have to teach not only the what but the how."
Want to contribute? Join The BE KIND Education Council. Contact us for more information on how you can get involved.
Books About Kindness & Respect
Encourage positive values by adding these books to your classroom reading list.
Miss Nelson Is Missing!
by Harry Allard
by Jason Reynolds
Inside Out & Back Again
by Thanhha Lai
Improve behavior and academics at your school with year-round BE KIND character education programs.