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Social and emotional learning resources from Ripple Kindness Project

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Jigsaw puzzles are a relaxing activity for kids. These digital puzzles make it easy for every student to use a puzzle without waiting for others to finish. No more lost pieces as these google slides puzzles are stored on their device. Jigsaws help kids learn perseverance, concentration, and computer skills while developing fine motor skills and a growth mindset. Great for Kindness Day! 

This fun back to school craft activity results in a beautiful kindness quilt or collaboration poster for your classroom bulletin board.

Each of the 30 quilt squares are coloring pages that can be used as a mindfulness activity to calm your grade. You can also use the printed and blank google slides templates as writing prompts where students will add their own positive message.

We were contacted by several teachers asking us to alter ideas on the checklist to suit their grade. After customizing a few we decided to create a document where teachers could do it themselves. 

If you would like to add your own acts of kindness or for children to work in groups, then this Google Slides version allows you to do just that. 

Want a fun and easy back to school social emotional learning activity for classroom management and to build emotional intelligence?

This team building activity where students work together and take part in acts of kindness empowers them to make a difference throughout the whole school for a positive and inclusive community.

These kindness coloring pages are a color by number activity where students practice addition and subtraction. The count and color worksheets are more than a fun, no-prep mindfulness activity as students need to use math skills to determine the number associated with each color. 

Use as a distance learning resource or during a math session.

Our wildly popular kindness coloring pages are a fun, no-prep mindfulness activity to help your students relax or learn to focus.

Apart from being a great way to bust boredom at home, coloring helps children develop fine motor skills and hand eye co-ordination. With messages of kindness, they also nurture positive character traits.

We've bundled our best-selling kindness activities to help you nurture character traits and friendship in your classroom.

Back-to-school lesson plans, coloring pages, posters, bookmarks, and more for school counseling or classroom management. This bundle has you covered for Random Acts of Kindness Day and World Kindness Day with a checklist and kindness tree challenge.

Your essential wellbeing bundle with 5 separate resources to teach students calming strategies, self-regulation, and mindfulness.

Improve mental health by adding coloring pages, worry and anxiety activities, emotional awareness worksheets, positive affirmations, and student encouragement notes to your classroom management toolkit.

Make your own kindness coloring pages

These digital coloring pages are perfect for younger students at home and to learn how to manipulate elements in Google Slides. 

Students choose from a range faded coloring page templates that they must replicate by copying, pasting, resizing, recoloring, and rotating the elements supplied. Once completed, they print and color it in as a relaxing, quiet time activity.  

Based on our best-selling kindness coloring pages, these kindness worksheets also include letter tracing to enhance reading, writing, spelling and fine motor skills for younger children. 

Fun worksheets for students at home to practice letter recognition and handwriting. They can also be used as a fun quiet time activity.

These empathy worksheets and activities help to improve social skills, nurture relationships, and reduce bullying.

These important lessons help students notice emotional cues, observe behavior, and pay attention to body language while learning how best to respond in different situations to support others.

Anger and anxiety are emotions that indicate we’ve been hurt, our needs haven’t been met or alert us of dangerous situations. Though these are normal feelings, children need to learn strategies for managing them. 

These engaging, easy-to-use activities help students to identify what they're feeling. They teach coping skills for those who struggle with anxiety, anger, or self-control.

Involve children in kindness activities with kindness checklists and posters that students make themselves. 

Use the print version if you're in the classroom or Google Slides file for distance learning. Students will be engaged for hours or days during Random Acts of Kindness Day, Pay It Forward Day, or World Kindness Week in February, April, and November.

Resources to create a kindness tree at school

Whole school kindness projects are an effective way of helping to improve self-esteem, student and teacher well-being, and promote inclusion to reduce bullying behavior.

The kindness tree is a fun way for students to record kindness given, received and witnessed throughout the school and see how their good deeds grow.

This Google Slides kindness coloring activity nurtures a growth mindset as students get creative and practice essential digital skills. 

Students design their own worksheets using the elements provided and insert kindness quotes they make up or research online, then print and color their creation. Children practice internet skills while being creative and fostering positive character traits.