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The I Need Box Is A Behavior Management Hack To Improve Emotional Wellbeing
Classroom Activities | Education | Mental Health | Social and Emotional Learning

The I Need Box is a Behavior Management Hack to Improve Emotional Wellbeing

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger Email Has COVID taken a toll on your student’s wellbeing? Show them that you understand and support them by giving them an easy way to share their worries, concerns, and needs.Julia Brown is a middle school teacher in Texas who had a simple but clever idea to help…

11 Fun Kindness Activities For Kids For Random Acts Of Kindness Day
Education | Classroom Activities | Kindness

11 Fun Kindness Activities for Kids for Random Acts of Kindness Day


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Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailDo you need classroom management resources that help nurture friendships and promote an inclusive classroom community? One of the best ways to teach kids to care about and consider their peers is to participate in a range of kindness activities for students. Scroll down for some fun kindness week school activities that…

Kindness Resources For Teachers To Stop Bullying
Education | Bullying | Classroom Activities | Kindness | Social and Emotional Learning

Kindness Resources for Teachers to Stop Bullying

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailSTOP BULLYING!Bullying is often a hot topic among parents and teachers. It has been for as long as I can remember and sadly, not a lot has changed. But I feel like we’re making some headway with educators now using social and emotional learning programs in their classrooms to build emotional…

Enemy Pie Book Review & A Friendship Lesson
Education | Book Reviews | Bullying | Classroom Activities | Parenting | Social and Emotional Learning

Enemy Pie Book Review & A Friendship Lesson

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailNeed 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 SummaryThe Enemy Pie story is narrated by a young boy. He…

Every Child Deserves A Champion – Video By Rita Pierson
Children | Education | Parenting | Social and Emotional Learning

Every Child Deserves A Champion – Video by Rita Pierson

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger Email Why is it so important for a child to have a champion? Think about the kids who are late to class, are unkind to others, push your buttons, are disruptive or struggle academically. These are the kids who get lost in the system because they don’t give…

How To Develop Positive Character Traits At School And Home
Children | Bullying | Classroom Activities | Education | Parenting | Social and Emotional Learning

How to Develop Positive Character Traits at School and Home

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailHow are character traits developed?It’s a given that parents want their kids to grow up with good set of values and positive character traits. Kindness, compassion, perseverance, honesty, and respect are just some of the traits we want to instill in our kids. Charles Starkey, Associate Professor of Philosophy studies emotion…

Teacher Creates Project So Students Can Touch Hearts
Stories of Kindness | Classroom Activities | Education | Inspiring Stories

Teacher Creates Project so Students Can Touch Hearts

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailThis teacher started a project to show his students that everyone can have a positive impact on someone else’s life. He wanted them to see first-hand how their kindness could bring some hope to someone going through something tough.  As someone with a loved one who’s been through…

4 Classroom Management Strategies & Resources For Calm, Happy Students
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4 Classroom Management Strategies & Resources for Calm, Happy Students

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailNeed some classroom management tips? There’s nothing fun about a classroom that’s out of control. It’s stressful and unproductive. Thinking about kids running amok reminds of something my husband often says. “Start how you intend to finish!” For me, that means starting the year with strong classroom management strategies in…

10 Reasons Teaching Kindness At School Is Essential To Reduce Bullying
Bullying | Education | Kindness

10 Reasons Teaching Kindness at School Is Essential to Reduce Bullying

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailTeaching Kindness can Change the Culture of Your School!Phrases like “random acts of kindness” and “pay it forward” have become popular terms in modern society. There are even special days dedicated to being kind and organizations who specialize in altruism. But why has kindness become so popular? Perhaps it’s…

The Mayonnaise Jar: A Valuable Lesson About Priorities And Happiness
Education | Inspiring Stories | Mindfulness - Gratitude

The Mayonnaise Jar: A Valuable Lesson About Priorities and Happiness

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailI’m not sure who originally told the mayonnaise jar story, but this powerful lesson has been replicated over the years and there are now quite a few versions to be found on the net. Regardless of its source or how it’s been changed, the mayonnaise jar story shares a…

Who’S Going To Save The Bully? Support Children To Stop Bullying.
Children | Bullying | Education | Parenting | Social and Emotional Learning

Who’s going to save the bully? Support children to stop bullying.

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailWe must support the bully if we want to stop bullying!Bullying! It’s an ugly word because it involves ugly actions. This little word can stir the strongest emotions in people from all walks of life. Why? Because bullying doesn’t discriminate, and a substantial portion of the population have…

The Power Breath – An Essential Tool For Teachers
Education | Mental Health | Mindfulness - Gratitude | Social and Emotional Learning

The Power Breath – An Essential Tool for Teachers

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit Facebook Messenger EmailWhen one of your children, (student or biological) is hysterical because they’ve just had an accident or some sort of perceived trauma, what’s your first challenge? You need to understand what has happened, so you can soothe them. This of course is impossible if the child is blabbering…