Are you looking for easy-to-implement social-emotional activities for your classroom? These SEL Activities may be small in size but deliver a significant impact.
Activity: In this activity, students consider all kinds of ways to be kind. The lesson centers around a fun alphabet book, K is for Kindness, that shows how kindness can take different forms—animals help, give, and show affection. The examples in the book serve as a starting point for students to discuss their experiences and reflect on the impact of being kind. At the end of the lesson, students design a page for a book!
SEL Core Competencies: Relationship skills, social awareness, self-awareness
Time: 20 minutes
Essential Questions: What are the different ways that we can be kind to others? How do you feel when someone is kind to you? How do you feel when you’re being kind to someone?
Student Action: Students find opportunities to show kindness to the people around them in different ways.
Program Connections: This activity has been modified from a lesson in our ThinkGive Primary programs. To learn more, visit our PROGRAMS page.
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