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10 Week Kindness Challenge For Kids – Week 7
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10 Week Kindness Challenge for Kids – Week 7

The COVID crisis has left many grandparents feeling very isolated and vulnerable. Some are suffering terribly, missing their family and friends. The elderly are often not up with technology and may not be able to connect via a video call but they’d all appreciate hearing the voices of their loved one. Get your kids to make a…

10 Week Kindness Challenge For Kids – Week 6
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10 Week Kindness Challenge for Kids – Week 6

If you’ve been following our challenge, you might have noticed that the week 1 challenge was to Give a Compliment. So why are we posting another compliment challenge? Because compliments are important and kids need to practise… Giving a compliment is a really nice way to let someone know they’re important to you and receiving one…

10 Week Kindness Challenge For Kids – Week 5
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10 Week Kindness Challenge for Kids – Week 5

Imagine having a crappy day and walking into the bathroom to find a caring note on the mirror. You’d probably be quite surprised to see it there but also experience a warm glow inside that would make you smile! When children write their positive post it notes, ask them to think about the nice things people…

10 Week Kindness Challenge For Kids – Week 4
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10 Week Kindness Challenge for Kids – Week 4

Teaching kids to have empathy helps them connect with others. It’s a skill they’ll use throughout their life that will enhance every relationship they have. This week’s challenge asks them to find out how someone is feeling and to really pay attention by listening intently and looking them in the eye. It will let someone important…

10 Week Kindness Challenge For Kids – Week 3
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10 Week Kindness Challenge for Kids – Week 3

Many children spend far too little time in the kitchen but learning to cook is something every child should learn at some point. This week’s act of kindness not only challenges them to create but also gives them valuable time connecting with someone in their family. Haven’t joined yet? Here’s how to participate Step 1…

10 Week Kindness Challenge For Kids – Week 1
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10 Week Kindness Challenge for Kids – Week 1

Giving a compliment isn’t always something that comes naturally. Learning to do it helps kids to get outside of their own head to think about other people and their feelings. It helps them to reflect on positive attributes of people and makes the recipient of the compliment feel worthy, valued and loved. Writing compliments in a…

10 Week Kindness Challenge For Kids
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10 Week Kindness Challenge for Kids

It’s been and continues to be a confronting time with COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter rallies. We’ve seen some appalling behavior but also some of the most beautiful acts of kindness as people come together to support one another. In light of this difficult time, it’s important that students are encouraged to participate in acts…

Enemy Pie Book Review & A Friendship Lesson
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Enemy Pie Book Review & A Friendship Lesson

Need a friendship lesson for your grade? This Enemy Pie read aloud is perfect!!!!Title: Enemy PieAuthor: Derek MunsonIllustrator: Tara KingAge group: 4 – 10 yearsTheme: Friendship, Problem-Solving, Bullying, Judgement, Respect Get Enemy Pie read aloud HERE! Enemy Pie is a wonderful picture story book for young children who struggle with friendship issues or feelings of exclusion. It’s…